Hotel decor and interior design are the reflection of the class of a , local cultural and quality of service at a hotel. Aesthetically done interiors with emphasis on proper lighting and comfortable seating arrangements in the lobby are essential. The same goes for all other areas including rooms, suites, washrooms, lobby, elevators, etc. A guest would be unable to enjoy the best of service provided by a hotel if the interiors are not proper. Bad lighting, jarring color scheme, poor maintenance, unkempt landscaping, etc. all could spoil a guest’s stay in subtle ways. Looks do count when it comes to the hotel business.
- All furniture should be arranged in a balanced way whether in the lobby or rooms.
- Absolute cleanliness should be maintained in all areas.
- Lighting should be planned properly and all electric circuits should be regularly checked. A guest would be truly put off if he turns on the bed-light and the switch doesn’t work.
- Maintenance of all areas should be monitored properly every single day.
More steps in the full edition of the BSC Toolkit for Hotel.