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Trends to consider in hotel project design and development

Trends to consider in hotel project design and development

When developing a hotel project or renovation, you must take into account the design and architectural trends that dominate the tourism and lodging market. Paying attention to this will greatly influence the success of your project.  And the fact is that trends emerge as a sign of the new needs that the client has and […]

When developing a hotel project or renovation, you must take into account the design and architectural trends that dominate the tourism and lodging market. Paying attention to this will greatly influence the success of your project. 

And the fact is that trends emerge as a sign of the new needs that the client has and supplying the needs of your clients is what will ensure your growth.

Therefore, in this article we show you the new trends in hotel design and architecture, so that you can develop your hotel project in a suitable way.

What are the trends in hotel project design and development?

Biophilic architecture

Biophilic architecture is one of the new trends in the development of hotel projects and it consists of integrating natural elements (water, natural light, vegetation, landscape views, wood, stone, among others) into the design of the hotel. That is to say, it seeks to achieve a design where the client feels that he is in contact with nature.

Biophilic designs in hotels help improve customer experience. For this type of design has been shown to enhance cognitive function, mental and physical health, reduce stress and improve productivity.

Design of open spaces

Nowadays, when we talk about the development of hotel projects, emphasis should be placed on the design of open spaces. This element is fundamental for your hotel because it will allow your clients to feel comfortable, pleasant, protected and biosecure..

According to experts, open spaces are the best option for facilities such as bars, swimming pools, restaurants, recreational spaces, among others.

In addition to the comfort and security that customers can feel when enjoying open spaces, the latter allow for the addition of more customers. For example, those customers who only go to the restaurant and bar.

Therefore, the design and interior design process in hotels must take into account the new needs of customers and observe what elements can be included to attract more customers and retain those who already buy the services.

Furniture with a linear and open concept

Another trend in hotel design is the implementation of furniture that offers a more open, simple and pleasant appearance in the different spaces of the infrastructure. In this type of furniture, linear designs are observed where the materials used for its construction can be appreciated.

This furniture concept can be seen in some hotels where, for example, in the rooms the closets do not have doors and their design and material can be appreciated. Also noteworthy are the bedside tables that no longer have a drawer, but a shelf. Having open furniture helps guests not to forget anything when it is time to vacate the room.

Practicality in fabrics and coatings

Another aspect to consider in the design and development of hotel projects is practicality. Since hotels generally have a high guest traffic and rigid cleaning standards, practicality has become a trend in the area of fabrics and coatings. 

In this sense, the hotelier is leaning towards long-lasting fabrics and coverings that allow quick cleaning and at the same time do not lose attractive design and quality.

For this, the best option is to implement fabrics that combine decoration, design, texture and color that are easy to clean. Some specialists recommend options such as FibreGuard. As for coatings, the trend is the use of vinyl.

Differentiated rooms

Today’s traveler or tourist is looking for unique experiences, and after all, that is one of the main reasons why people travel. Therefore, in the design of hotel rooms, a singular, simple and unique architectural style is being used a lot.

An example of this are rooms with a design inspired by the locality of the establishment..

Household elements

The trend of implementing home-like elements in hotels should be something to keep in mind when developing a hotel project. One example is the addition of kitchens and other home elements to make guests feel more comfortable and cozy.

In addition, handcrafted items are used with mixed styles, different wall designs, among others, that offer a personalized experience to the customer in such a way that he/she wants to come back.

To develop a hotel project you have to take into account many aspects, one of them is the architecture and design. Therefore, it is something that you can not take lightly, it is best to rely on experienced professionals for that..

In IHCS we can help you so that your hotel project can cover all these fundamental aspects to achieve success.

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