CTD Architectural Tiles makes a style statement in Belgium

  • 11 Aug 2022

Drawing on its experience of working in the UK hotel sector, leading commercial tile supplier CTD Architectural Tiles was chosen to curate a unique tile package for the refurbishment of the Mercure Antwerp City Centre Hotel in Belgium.

In the heart of Antwerp’s historic city centre, the four star hotel seamlessly combines the sophistication of a boutique hotel with a quirky style in a nod to the city’s links to fashion.

Antwerp is home to some of the oldest and most renowned fashion colleges in the world. Therefore, it was important this hotel refurbishment was equally stylish.


Working in collaboration with architects Buckley Grey Yeoman, CTD Architectural Tiles’ tile package not only reflected the city’s fashionable history but also offered a durable solution.

The Lisbon collection proved the ideal choice for the hotel’s high traffic bistro and breakfast rooms. These full bodied porcelain tiles are suitable for both floor and wall applications, and the collection is particularly popular for commercial spaces with high footfall. This is thanks not only its durability but also its availability in a wide range of sizes and finishes.


Shades Light Grey Blue and Light Green feature in this hotel. This provides a finish that combines the aesthetic of a classic European bistro with the natural world to create a cosmopolitan yet relaxing atmosphere.

With a proven track record of creating high performance tile specifications for projects across the hotel, hospitality and leisure sectors, CTD Architectural Tiles can also provide technical support and advice. For more information, visit www.ctdarchitecturaltiles.co.uk

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