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Defining a 10-room hotel project

Defining a 10-room hotel project

You’re wondering, I want to set up a 10-room hotel, but I don’t know where to start. Well, you’ve come to the right place. In the contemporary era, where the demand for unique and personalised experiences is increasingly relevant, the idea of designing a hotel project that breaks with the tradition of large establishments and […]

You’re wondering, I want to set up a 10-room hotel, but I don’t know where to start. Well, you’ve come to the right place.

In the contemporary era, where the demand for unique and personalised experiences is increasingly relevant, the idea of designing a hotel project that breaks with the tradition of large establishments and focuses on the creation of a more intimate and exclusive space arises.

At IHCS we give you the keys to make this small hotel work, be profitable and charming. To do so, you have to redefine the hotel experience, offering guests a welcoming atmosphere, personalised attention and high quality services in a more select environment.

 

Customised Design and Architecture

One of the key features of this project is the focus on bespoke design and architecture. In this project development each room is meticulously designed to offer a unique experience, combining elegance with functionality. The aim is to create an environment that reflects the identity of the hotel’s location, incorporating local elements and sustainable materials.

The layout of the rooms is strategically designed to maximise guests’ privacy. Ample spaces, natural lighting and panoramic views are essential considerations in creating an environment that stimulates the senses and provides a haven of tranquillity.

 

Personalised Attention and Exclusive Experiences

With only 10 rooms, the hotel staff is here to serve you. With exclusive and dedicated attention to each guest. From the personalised welcome to the room service, we aim to exceed expectations and create unforgettable moments. This type of hotel is conceived as a space where hospitality goes beyond the simple commercial transaction, becoming an authentic connection with visitors.

In addition, exclusive experiences adapted to the tastes and preferences of each guest are offered. From personalised tours to private dinners with local chefs, the aim is to provide a stay that goes beyond the conventional and is tailored to the individual needs of each visitor.

Guests should leave the hotel with the feeling that they are unique and part of a large family to return to or recommend to friends and family.

 

Is a small hotel profitable?

The profitability of a small hotel is intrinsically linked to a number of key factors that need to be considered and managed prudently.

Firstly, the location of the establishment plays a key role in its economic success. A strategic location, close to tourist attractions, business centres or local events, can generate higher demand and hence higher occupancy. Proximity to sources of interest to potential guests translates into a competitive advantage that can directly impact the hotel’s profitability.

As such a small establishment, a clear definition of the target market segment is particularly important. Given its more limited capacity compared to larger hotels, the focus should be on offering exclusive and personalised experiences.

For example with a focus on attracting an audience willing to pay higher rates for high quality services and individualised attention. Effective market segmentation allows you to tailor marketing strategies and set rates that match the expectations and financial capabilities of your target audience. For more information see boutique hotels.

 

Rate setting

Rate setting is another critical aspect of hotel profitability. It is essential to conduct a thorough market analysis to understand the average rates in the area and determine a competitive price that will attract customers while covering operating costs and generating profits.

Setting appropriate rates, based on a realistic assessment of the market and a thorough understanding of the hotel’s value proposition, contributes directly to the financial viability of the hotel.

 

Assessment of operational costs

Operating costs must be carefully calculated to ensure the sustainability of the business. With a small number of rooms, some expenses are proportionally higher, highlighting the importance of operational efficiency. Efficient management of these operating expenses contributes to maximising profit margins and thus the overall profitability of the hotel.

Customer experience plays a central role in long-term profitability. Ensuring that each guest has a memorable stay not only contributes to customer satisfaction, but will also generate positive recommendations and brand loyalty.

This quality of service, personalised attention and the creation of unique moments are all elements that make a difference to the customers’ perception of the hotel and, ultimately, to its profitability.

Do you want to carry out a small hotel project with just a few rooms? Remember that at IHCS we have the necessary experience to offer you this type of service.

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