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Hospitality Design Trends
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Hospitality Design Trends A strong relationship between design and revenue The driving factor behind all architecture and design is the creation of an experience to achieve customer satisfaction Hotel attributes related to value drivers For better design: 1) matching with the specific markets, 2) considering guests’ needs, 3) reacting to changes, and 4) providing the whole experience. Types of Design: Tangible and intangible
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Design Trends in Hotel, Resorts, and Restaurants Past (1960s, 1970s, and 1980s) - Practical approach: the amount of floor space, the efficient job performance, saving steps, and the least cost - Standardized - Non-residential atmosphere (pursuing atmosphere unlike home) - Few segment: Utilitarian hotel, convention hotel, and ceremonial hotel
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Design Trends in Hotel, Resorts, and Restaurants Current (1990s and 2000s) - Sensitive market needs: Market oriented hotel development - Emotional approach: Quality of Experience (e.g., smell, touch, sound, sight, etc) - Experience for all family members (Parent and children) - More various entertainment factors instead of one component (e.g. Hotels in Las Vegas focus more on the whole entertainment factors instead of only the gaming or gambling factor)
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Design Trends in Hotel, Resorts, and Restaurants Current (1990s and 2000s) - After 9/11, focus more on niche markets (e.g., sport team
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course LEI 2181 taught by Professor Beland during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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