From restaurants to hotels, hospitality owners and management must submerge their guests in a high-quality, one-of-a-kind experience.
At Baldwin Architectural Group, we specialize in delivering functional and attractive hospitality designs. Whether you are a hotel developer or a resort owner, we will work closely with you to create a venue that will keep your patrons and guests coming back.
One of the most defining facets of the hospitality business is the immense focus on customer satisfaction. Although every business may work toward customer satisfaction, hospitality brands thrive on it and go to great lengths to achieve this goal.
With the customer as the central focus, it’s imperative for businesses within this sector to deliver an exceptional experience based on their hospitality design. Whether you operate a day spa or a full-service hotel, you can use the design of your business to exceed expectations.
Hospitality design focuses on the vast array of environments for hosting the public. A few of the most common businesses we help in the hospitality industry are:
Trends in hospitality design are constantly evolving to capture the hearts of consumers. From a branding perspective, the smartest facilities use their design as a true differentiator.
Instead of a single purpose space, many of today’s lobbies are multifunctional. These spaces can be used to host a happy hour in the evening and breakfast during the morning. Because of this trend, the seating, layout, and flooring of the space must work in each setting.
Themes are being used to create a true competitive advantage and attract a specific set of customers. By implementing an authentic and relevant theme, your business may be more marketable and inviting to new and returning customers.
Technology is continually being implemented in a growing number of hospitality businesses. This trend extends over to energy conservation efforts and green practices. For instance, key card control points that manage lighting are one of the many innovative ways for the facility to manage costs.
When it comes to an effective hospitality design, the little things truly matter. Common high-end extras include guest bathrooms with mirror defoggers, radiant-heat floors, and televisions that turn into mirrors when not turned on. These features are viewed as an added bonus and may serves as the differentiator for a consumer.
Whether you are designing a day spa, bed & breakfast, or other hospitality establishment, Baldwin Architectural Group can help. We will help you through the entire process and guide your efforts to keep the costs low.
Complete the contact form or give Baldwin Architectural Group a call at 404-406-9041 today for a free hospitality design estimate.