Hotel Design

Hotel Design Secrets, to Have Happy Guests

All of these are small but functionally elaborate in the image, designed to make guests feel comfortable and safe, to relax, to allow them to speak aloud in hotel design, to encourage quiet conversation in some places, to have a good night’s sleep and to choose that hotel on their next trip.

Would you be surprised to say that hotels have some mysterious details created by interior designers and architects?

Some interior designers use some illusions in small hotels to give a sense of size. How to physically divide an area using curtains and screens while maintaining a sense of depth. ‘I will try to explain this in the following examples. We will see together the importance of color, how lighting and fabric patterns change the perception of a room.

I’ll give you a few tips on how color schemes, bed positioning, lighting, bed linen and fabric patterns are cleverly designed and designed to help a hotel guest enjoy their visit.

Lobby / Reception Area

Each hotel needs a reception area to ensure a warm welcome. This area is a carefully designed central space where guests will often want to come back again.

Lobby / Reception Area

Business Hotel Reception

Reception areas offer an inviting welcome, but they are all about checking in and directing guests to their rooms.

Business Hotel Reception

Luxury Hotel Reception

Our architect Kürşat Aybak and the interior architects Arketipo Design Architecture teams said that ‘check-in should not be presented as the most important event in a hotel lobby.

Luxury Hotel Reception

Bedrooms

The bedrooms of budget hotels such as Ibis Hotel are bright to make guests feel safe and to emphasize how clean they are. Small furniture is also selected to make the area look larger.

Bedrooms

Business Hotel Bedroom

Some hotels are known to use impressive headboards to remove guests’ perception from savings elsewhere.

Business Hotel Bedroom

Luxury Hotel Bedroom

Isn’t it impressive that this bedroom has extra pieces of furniture to emphasize how big it is. (You can see the Jumeirah Zabeel Palace hotel in the picture which has planed by myself)

Color

The mood of the guests is greatly influenced by the colors. Some interior architects prefer not to use some shades of yellow because they remind liver failure.

Color

A high quality hotel can combine white carpets with white furniture to look elite and stylish. Could this be to give the impression of a well-groomed institution serving customers who want to have a special experience imagining that they do not even pollute the soles of their shoes?

Experienced interior architects attach great importance to color psychology.

There are some shades they don’t want to use at all: ‘Don’t go, the color is green – as associated with Halloween – the yellow shades trigger liver problems.’

In addition, purple is popular among designers because of its calming properties.

At Premier Inn Hotels, the corporate color of the company is purple because it is said to be ‘chosen because it makes the sky feel the same as the tone of the night’.

All of these are small but functionally elaborate in the image, designed to make guests feel comfortable and safe, to relax, to allow them to speak aloud in selected places, to encourage quiet conversation in some places, to have a good night’s sleep and to choose that hotel on their next trip. It consists.

With these details, your hotel becomes a business that people talk about …

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