Your hotel experience is different in every city you go and it usually relies on the comfort of your stay. The guestroom is an oasis where hoteliers strive to create a home away from home. As hospitality designers, we aim to provide guests with luxury décor, top level comfort and a spacious bathroom area.
The mood of a room relies on its’ décor so when designing a hotel guestroom, the comfort and needs of your guests are your top priority. You never want a guestroom to be too gaudy, but it is important to make an impression. Sometimes it’s the perfect accent chair, sometimes it’s the wallpaper, there is always one characteristic the should be the focus of the room and guide the look of the rest of the space.
Comfortable Rest Area
A lot goes into consideration for sleeping accommodations for your guests. If you want to keep guests coming back, the best way to do so is with a good night’s sleep on a comfortable mattress with great sheets. The minute we walk into a hotel room, 8 times out of 10 we immediately fall back into the bed to get a sense of what we’re working with for the night. That fall should feel like your guests are laying on a cloud. Memory foam and latex mattress tend to offer the best support and are often best accompanied by a 200-400 thread count set of sheets. Remember, the high the thread count, the more luxurious they will be.
The second most important factor of any hotel room is the bathroom setup. Horrible lighting, small countertops, no space for towels, this all equals a disaster. Whether it’s a business man traveling for a conference or a family on a beach summer trip, you have to provide ample room for your guest’s toiletries, a spacious shower and bath and warm lighting that isn’t too intense on the eyes. Trust us when we say, no one wants to deal with a cramped bathroom with bad lighting.
You want your guests to return and the only way to ensure that is by providing top of the line hospitality. From your décor to the fold on the toilet paper, your guests notice every detail.