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Hotel designing

Hotels are found in towns and villages all across the world: from megacities, to picturesque smaller towns. They are categorized according to their purpose, with each type having its own designing features and characteristics.

  • Standard public – located close to the city center or important city points, with a convenient and functional transportation hub close by.
  • Conference hotel – a form of public hotel; located close to businesses or business centers.
  • Tourist – this type of hotel takes into consideration not only the location, but also the availability of catering facilities. In many cases, “restaurant” areas are included in building design.
  • Resort hotels – they tend to have a recreational purpose and are found in environmentally-friendly areas. Design include entertainment areas and buildings as well as health and sanitary facilities.
  • Motels – relatively small buildings found on the outskirts of towns and cities. Parking lots and fast-food style restaurants are often found adjacent to motel buildings.
  • Camping or seasonal hotels – more often than not they cater for motor tourists, which is why design will include a parking lot, and possibly a mini filling station or repair garage.

Specifics of designing Hotels

A number of regulatory requirements have been put in place to ensure hotels and your stay in them are safe. Developers also apply their own security and resource saving specifications. The construction material industry is constantly creating new and harder-wearing finishing materials, with better operational properties. International chains have their own standards and rules that need to be considered when designing hotel complexes, which is why design will always be considered from a number of angles in the development stage, allowing the best one to be chosen.

Commercial real estate is a good investment asset, but sometimes the payback period for large social projects stretches over several years. Errors in the design can lead to a lack of interest, which is why the foundation for the success of the entire project is the concept, even though that particular stage does not last that long. The developer needs to analyze the market, study potential demand and the potential for short-term segment development; generate a financial model (with several development options) and create a product concept. That conceptual vision then needs to be represented in a preliminary design together with engineering solutions and technology in the design engineering process. Once an expert opinion is received, the design are sent to the construction site.