Review Hotel - Design and Development Review Chapters 15,...

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Chapters 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23 15: The Guestroom Floor Maximize salable guestrooms In densely populated urban areas public support space on lowest floors In resorts depends on site/environment/program Slab Configuration Single-loaded slab Double-loaded slab Offset slab Rectangular tower Circular tower Triangular tower Atrium Make sure to consider Corridor loading Shape Core location Core layout Stair location Efficient = core displaces fewest number of guestroom bays Key : a separate, rentable unit Guestroom bay : the typical guestroom module Structural bay : the dimension between two structural columns, typically width of one or two guestrooms Suite : combination of living room and one or more bedrooms Typical guestroom area (SFT) Budget 236 Mid-price 312 Upscale 378 Luxury 450 Most hotels have 2-5% of keys allocated to suites First-class/convention hotels have about 10% for suites Design Criteria based on Target market segments Typical guestroom dimensions
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