Danny SC Tseng
Interior Design for Safe and Aesthetically Pleasing Hotel Spaces
Larry Mogelonsky | September 30, 2020
By Larry Mogelonsky, MBA, P. Eng. (www.hotelmogel.com) All the structural upgrades to your hotel are probably unsightly, but you put them in place because you had to in order to protect your guests. Still, with COVID-19 here to stay, it’s time to look at how to combine safety with interior design features that are pleasing to the eyes. Now that autumn and winter are here, hideous lobbies or other indoor spaces can mean decreased F&B revenues and lower overall guest satisfaction as all visitors won’t feel warm and cozy amidst so much gaudy viral safety mania. You don’t want your lobby bar or restaurants to look abandoned as a r...
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