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Hotel Planning and Organization II Lecture 10
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The Key to Good Hotel Design “The Right Space in the Right Place” Or athetic rior lanning roduces oor erformance
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Functional Planning An organized hotel design: Saves guest confusion, irritation, effort Saves employee effort Improves safety
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Organizing the Hotel Guestroom Tower Core Public and Support  Space
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Organizing the Hotel Four Seasons Tokyo
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The Basics of Functional Planning Organization of spaces Cluster public areas around the lobby Cluster F&B around the kitchen Keep circulation flows distinct Try to keep F&B flows on one floor Maximize revenue-generating space Separate recreation and conference circulation from other guests when appropriate
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Organizing the Hotel ACCT'G OFFICE BACK OF HOUSE GUEST ROOMS KITCHEN PARKING FUNCTION SPACE RESTAURANTS ADMIN. OFFICES LOBBY FRONT OFFICE POOL/ HEALTH CLUB MAIN ENTRANCE SERVICE ENTRANCE
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Vertical vs. Horizontal Urayasu Brighton, Japan
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Vertical vs.
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