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What makes for a good hotel experience?

posted: June 2018

The location

Hotels can be close to home but still make you feel like you’re away from normality.  Resorts set in forests or alongside the sea even in your own country are still an escape.  We like the idea of a small journey, for big rewards, especially if you’ve the family in tow.

Family resorts like Butlins will cater for many people over the day - large scale colourful dining areas make for fun, casual eating experiences.

Family resorts like Butlins will cater for many people over the day - large scale colourful dining areas make for fun, casual eating experiences.

Kids' bedrooms in woodland resorts like this Centre Parcs location are simple, but sensibly so. Time is spent outside and lodge accommodation is designed to connect with surrounding nature.

Kids' bedrooms in woodland resorts like this Centre Parcs location are simple, but sensibly so. Time is spent outside and lodge accommodation is designed to connect with surrounding nature.

The people

Service makes the hotel world go around.  We feel the effects of a warm welcome, long after the holiday’s over. Although a hotel reception can be automated, people still make the difference. 

 

The food

The design of restaurants and bars is critical to a hotel’s business model. The Architect or designer will need to balance the spatial design with a business revenue requirements. It's inspiring to see how interior design is used to create these ‘ultimate dining experiences’, adding another level to a hotel customer’s experience.

 

M Bar and Grill uses hotel styling, touches of traditional upholstery and a classic Basketweave laying pattern to create a luxe atmosphere.

M Bar and Grill uses hotel styling, touches of traditional upholstery and a classic Basketweave laying pattern to create a luxe atmosphere.

Explore more flooring design ideas using our online visualiser tool, or talk to your Amtico representative for samples and project consultancy.

Barista coffee and a quick croissant, fine dining and sommelier service, they all have their place. Point A hotel London used a combination of Amtico Signature Woods to create a bold floor design.

Barista coffee and a quick croissant, fine dining and sommelier service, they all have their place. Point A hotel London used a combination of Amtico Signature Woods to create a bold floor design.

Experience is as valuable as the quality of food and beverage for the modern hotel group, and how an interior enhances this is highly relevant.

Key benefits of Amtico floors for Hospitality and Leisure:

  • Long term warranties - to guarantee performance over the lifecyle of the a hotel refurbishment scheme
  • Design options - laying patterns in LVT for variety, impact and colour coordination
  • Flooring solutions - Entryway, LVT and Carpet Tile, Safety LVT will all integrate to suit the hotel's foot-flow and spatial plan.

Take a look at some more hotel projects created by our talented commercial customers.

 

Image credits and Amtico product references (in order of appearance):

Bedroom at ANA InterContinental Hotel, Ishigaki Island, Japan by HBA Japan with Arrow laying pattern EP163 using Amtico Signature Pier Oak, Harbour Pine, Reclaimed Oak

Bedroom at Land and Zee Resort, Netherlands with Amtico Spacia Stellar Bronze.

Restaurant at Butlins Skegness with Amtico Signature Pleat laying pattern in Blonde Oak, Natural Limed Wood, Sevilla and White Oak, with Script Maple Rum stripwood.

Bedroom at Centre Parcs, Amtico Spacia Bleached Elm

Breakout seating at Point A, London with Amtico Signature Dark Walnut, Neutral Pine, Wild Walnut stripwood.

Bar at M Bar and Grill, London with Amtico Signature  Basket weave laying pattern Cirrus Shadow, Ink Wash Wood, Shibori Jasmine, Shibori Sencha.

Breakfast dining at Point A, London with Amtico Signature Dark Walnut, Neutral Pine, Wild Walnut stripwood.

Bedroom at ANA InterContinental Hotel, Ishigaki Island, Japan by HBA Japan with Arrow laying pattern EP163 using Amtico Signature Pier Oak, Harbour Pine, Reclaimed Oak

 

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