The Hotel industry continues to grow worldwide. As it does, hotels keep renovating their spaces and opening new chains in new destinations. However, in order to stay competitive, owners and designers must take into consideration your customer’s preferences. Everybody notices a good service, but guests are also fascinated by hotels with beautiful and welcoming interior designs. That’s why it is important to take care of every single detail, and of course finding the perfect floorings is crucial.
Our home bathroom rituals are different than in hotels. At home, we are content with a shower, toilet, and small sink. While it might be nice to have lovely decorations, home bathrooms are relatively plain. Then why is it we expect hotel bathrooms to be elegant and elaborate? It is because they have a different function. At home, the bathroom is a necessary station through the path of everyday life. When traveling, we are not on that daily routine, and we seek comfort, pampering, and excitement. The hotel bathroom is in many ways a place of entertainment which alters and enlarges its function.
This Chilean getaway is surrounded by the breathtaking views of a gorgeous national park, Torres del Paine. Guests not only have an incredible view but access to their own ATV for exploring. Architect, Felipe Assadi focused on a design that blends in harmony with the natural surrounding. A network of nature trails links each cabin to common social areas.
It’s always fun to talk about current trends and see which other designers and experts are enjoying the same things. Again, we’re in an industry that has hundreds of new designs presented day after day, so it’s important to stay informed and current. The business of hospitality design, especially, is constantly evolving to keep up with the outside world. Some may think when working on large commercial design projects you must stay more contemporary, but I am a firm believer in bringing fun and exciting new ideas to every design project I work on. This week I’m exploring the many different wall textures I love to work with and I’ve broken down a few to share with you today.
Hotel experiences are different in every city you go to. From local to luxury, comfortable living in your hotel is a must. The guestroom is an oasis where hoteliers strive to create a home away from home. As a hospitality designer, we aim to please guests with top-notch bedding, high-thread count linens, and nature-inspired drapery. With a range of innovative guestroom bedding designs, it’s easy to get carried away with trends, but one thing is certain, when it comes to bedding and linens, classic and sophisticated is the recipe for success. Here are 3 tips to keep in mind when selecting bedding for your hotel.
As the term “luxury travel” continues to be defined, we watch as the hospitality industry brings the guest experience to new heights. Welcome “new luxury”. The term new luxury navigates the vocabularies of those who believe that experience is taking becoming more valued than consumption. This new way to travel focuses on experience, they are the places we never forget. Places that spark curiosity, deep cultural exchange, and hold authenticity in high regards.
When it comes to furniture, leather is associated with top-of-the-line, premier products. Leather represents luxury and good taste. Since the earliest days of man, leather has been a deeply valued commodity that continues to remain extremely desirable. Every design deserves a good leather accent, I mean who doesn't love leather. So we've rounded up some of our favorite luxe leather moments from our many hospitality projects to share with you.
A hotel is your home away from home. Visitors arriving to your city by plane, train, or automobile find the comfort they need through the experience you provide. Whether vacationing, visiting for a business conference, or a last-minute reservation, guest seek only two things, conveniency and relaxation. Hospitality design is broken down into a few common areas which I like to refer to as the key elements of hospitality design.
Your hotel guests usually select their hotel by checking pictures of both the room itself and the bathroom. Though they are looking for a comfortable bed to sleep in, the second most important factor to help make their selection is the look and functionality of the bathroom. Is there good lighting so they can see at night? Is there enough counter space for all their belongings? These are vital things to keep in mind when starting your next hotel bathroom renovation. Bathrooms that shine create the right impressions, and here are a few tips help you achieve that one of a kind bathroom shine.
When it comes to selecting a hotel, guests are not only looking for comfort, they are looking for a one of a kind experience. As designers and hotel owners, what can we do to make our hotel stand out from the rest. With the rise of millennials and their needs, I truly believe we will also see a rise in locally sourced goods. Part of the experience your guests are looking for is to feel the energy of the city they are visiting. What better way to show them around than with decor from your local artists, or having your own garden for guests to interact and help care for the food they will be eating. There are many benefits of locally sourced goods, and here are a few we find to be most important.