Rapid changes in people’s likes and dislikes are often felt more in the hotel industry than elsewhere. Hotel owners and management rely on creative hotel interior designers to make guest room and lobby experiences into the highlights of their stay away from home.
The Guest Experience Starts in the Lobby
First impressions are lasting impressions. Encounters, both social and business, are taking place more often in the hotel lobby. Knowing this, designers plan for and provide a multi-use space that is equally acceptable for working on a laptop to casual meetings as well as high-level talks. Modern lobby design no longer includes traditional sofa and coffee table arrangements. Today, seating arrangements create segmented space and furniture is both functional and comfortable.
Creativity in Guestrooms
For many years a typical hotel guest room consisted of little more than a bed and side table combination, a standalone wardrobe, and a TV desk. Hotel guests, especially those who spend a considerable number of nights every year in hotels, are looking for something different. Businesspersons, couples, and families all appreciate an experience that they cannot get at home, and hotel interior designers give them this through the effective use of color, décor, and furnishings.
Hotel room bathrooms are no longer perceived as an auxiliary room, one made as small as possible to maximize on room space. People using a hotel room today expect something different; they look forward to the bathroom having spa-like features that promote relaxation and luxury. Hotel room bathrooms today are fitted with waterfall showers, dual sinks, huge tubs, oversize towels, and above all else; space to enjoy it all.
Hotel guests have long memories, especially if their stay and accommodation was unique. With this in mind, hotel interior designers work endlessly to provide unique and exciting spaces. Visit Curve Hospitality for more information.
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