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Hotel Programming & Organization I Lecture 9:
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The Big Picture Outcomes depend on Processes that depend on Facilities
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The message… How a hotel is designed directly impacts: Guest satisfaction Efficiency Employee Productivity … and thus value
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So how do you design a hotel? Determine the PROGRAM Use the program to guide DESIGN
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Programming Hotels The program(me) is the framework for the eventual design of the hotel. Functional issues Space allocations “How much, how many, what for”
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The Program contains… The quantitative (“how much, how many”) - sometimes called the space program or the architectural program The qualitative (operating requirements) - sometimes called the functional program
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Example: Sheraton Atlantic City
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Guestroom program
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A Key is…. A salable guestroom It must have: A door to the corridor A full bathroom A window It must accommodate: Some kind of bed or pull-out
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A Bay is…
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  • Fall '07
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