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1.     Know more about Hotel Design Architect                                               

The hotel, formerly a business offering accommodation andcatering, often with exclusive flair, has today become a complexand efficient service provider business with a widespectrum of possibilities like conferences, wellness, and holidays. Different types hotel offer varying standards of quality and facilities. Whereas the hotel area is an uninterrupted narrative of a story, which gives client the astonishing feelings that express their wisdom during their accommodation. Subsequently an hotel design architect need to know from the general aesthetics’ to guest’s experience.

2.      Types of Hotels

Hotels may be part of chain or independent. Special design requirements may imposed to hotels which do form of chain. Moreover Hotel types include town hotels, Holiday hotels, clubs, and hotels with apartments and motels.There are hotels in various price and comfort classes, which are classified according to five categories In addition, they are essentially determined by room’s size and features, as follows –

i.            1 Star (Tourist) – Reception as a separate area, Single room is of 8m2, and double room 12m2 in which minimum area for 75% of the hotel rooms, without bathroom, bed, wardrobe, seat, washbasin in the room.

ii.            2 Stars (Standard) – As 1 star, but single room 12 m2, double room 16 m2 in which minimum area for 75% of the hotel rooms, including bathroom and corridor, bathroom in room seat per bed, colour television in 70% of the hotel rooms.

iii.            3 Stars (Comfort)– as before, but single room 14 m2, double room 18 m2 (minimum area, see above), bathroom in room (for all rooms in the hotel), telephone, reception area with seating for group, independent reception

iv.            4 Stars (First Class)– as before, but single room 16 m2 , double room 22 m2 (minimum area, see above), minibar, armchair/couch with coffee table, lobby with seating and drinks service

v.            5 Stars (Luxury)– as before, but single room 18m2 , double room 26m2, (minimum size, see above), 2% of the hotel rooms as suites (at least two), each with an armchair/sofa per bed, additional washbasin in double rooms and suites, additional colour television in suites, reception lobby.

 

3.     Design Rules for Hotel

If a hotel is not operating efficiently, then guest don’t care how good it looks.Firstly the hotel design should be equitable, like fair and non –discriminating to diverse users, secondly, it should be operable by all the users, thirdly the design should be respects affordability and cost considerations and last but not the least, the hotel design employs aesthetics.

4.     Cost required forHoteldesign

The cost involve in the Hotel design are extraordinary high. Cost required for the hotel design is totally depends on the architect you select. As some of Hoteldesign architect may charge the cost for Hotel design on lump sum basis on other hand some hotel design architect may charge at the 5% of total cost for comprehensive architectural services.

                                   

5.      Design Parameters involved inHotel Design

Design parameters involved in hotel design varies on the basis of type of hotel you choose to build. In addition, there are some common areas in every hotel has to build. The essential areas are as the administration, a staff area, which is separately accessed and partly in direct connection with other areas of the hotel, guest room area with differentiated rooms and individual access areas arranged under the aspects of category, orientation and noise screening, service area with kitchens, store and associatedrooms. Nowadays, modern hotels often provides extra facilities such as swimming pools, fitness rooms, saunas etc. See details information of this areas as follows –

i.            Hotel Rooms – Hotel Rooms may include a sitting area with chairs, a desk, TV, Self – service drinks, refrigerator and suitcase stand. In the same vein, the size and number of beds largely dictates dimensions and layout of room, e.g. Twin 100/200 cm, double 150/200 cm, queen-size 165/200cm, or king-size 200/200cm.

ii.            Corridor Space – Corridor space should be about 6m2   per room, and normally at least 1.5 – 1.80m wide. Likewise, separate routes also be provided for guest, staff and goods.

iii.            Hotel lobby and hotel reception – This is at the central in hotel, which is well-arranged and prestigious nerve center between the various parts of the operation. Customers move from parking areas, through the entrance and reception, and then to lifts, staircases or corridors leading to bedrooms or public rooms.

iv.            Catering area–Catering area should be in connection with the hotel lobby extent of the services depend on the hotel category, whereas to be able to eat in comfort, one person requires a table area around 60 cm wide and 30-40 cmdeep. This providessufficient distance betweenadjacent diners. Although an additional20 cm space in the centre for dishes and large bowls is sometimesdesirable, an overall width of 80-85 cm is suitable for a diningtable. If the food is served on plates, then 70 cmis sufficient, andfor fast food 60 cm table depth.Distance between table and wall >75 cm -7 0, because the chairalone requires a space of 50cm. If the space between table andwall is also used for access, the distance should be> or equal to 100 cm.Round tables need a little more space, a difference of up to 50 cm.

v.            Hotel Kitchen –Kitchen size is determined by the number of workstations, the space required for equipment, the range of meals and the extent of food preparation. Therefore number of covers or number of seats are not adequate guides.  Whereas kitchen planning requires four stages of development, as follows –

·         Determine a process plan covering all major areas,

·         Check maximum and minimum personal needs per area,

·         Determine the equipment needed for each area,

·         Space allocation.

vi.            Laundry Services–Laundry services for a hotel may provided by –

·         Linen rental or contracts with outside laundries.

·         Centralized services operated by the hotel group

·         Hotel – operated laundry on the premises.

 

6.      Layout and area requirements in Hotel Design

Layout and area requirement in hotel is varies as the size of project is going to be done. The proper structure gives astonishing impression to hotel. Special areas for seminars, health centers and outdoor facilities for which space required can vary tremendously, which will be also needed, so Here we can see the approx space requirement in hotel on tentative percentage basis as follows –

 

i.         Accommodation facilities                                                                                             – 50-60% of total floor area

(Like rooms, toilets, bathroom, shower room, hallways and floor service)

ii.          Public guest room, reception area, hall and lounges                                         – 4-7% of total floor area

iii.         Hospitality areas, Restaurant and bars for guest and  visitors       – 4-8% of total floor area

iv.        Banqueting area with meeting and conference rooms                    – 4-12% of total floor area

v.          Domestic area, kitchen, personnel rooms and stores                      – 9-14% of total floor area

vi.        Administration, management and secretarial                                      – 1-2% of total floor area

vii.       Maintenance and repair                                                                                               – 4-7% of total floor area

viii.     Leisure, sport, shops and hairdressing salon                                        – 2-10% of total floor area            

 

7.     FAQ about Hotel Design

i.            What are the criteria and principals involved in the selection of furniture style and type in a modern hotel?

Where the furniture is going to be placed, Style and durability like furniture must last only stylistically but it also stand up to tremendous amount of wear and tear during the lifespan of hotel. These three are the main criteria for selection of furniture style and type in modern furniture.

 

ii.            What is the standard size of hotel room?

100 square feet and above is the standard size of hotel room.c

iii.            Why is hotel design important?

Hotel interior design and its appearanceis an very important factor to grab the attention of guest which also increase the customers satisfaction

iv.            How many rooms are in a hotel floor?

On an average there are 10 to 12 rooms in a hotel per floor.

v.            What is difference between hotel room and suite?

A hotel room includes one or more beds like king queen, full or twin beds, a work desk, bathroom, closet, TV and a dresser. In the same vein a suite is a wide larger accommodation which usually has an attached bathroom, living area and many times it includes dining area as well.

 

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