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  1. 1. 17-03-2009. 2
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  3. 3. INTRODUCTION TO INTERIORS OF HOTEL.  PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN.  FUNCTIONAL SPACE.  HOTEL ROOMS  GUEST BATHROOM.  CONCLUSION.  BIBLOGRAPHY. 17-03-2009. 4
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  5. 5.  HOTEL PUBLIC SPACE.HOTEL PUBLIC SPACE.  LOBBY.LOBBY.  PROGRAM AND PLANNING OBJECTIVES.PROGRAM AND PLANNING OBJECTIVES.  DESIGN OBJECTIVE.DESIGN OBJECTIVE.  FURNITURE AND FIXTURE.FURNITURE AND FIXTURE. 17-03-2009. 6
  6. 6. 17-03-2009 7  LOBBY, RESTAURANTS AND LOUNGES, MEETING AND BANQUET SPACE, AND RECREATION FACILITIES VARY AMONG DIFFERENT HOTEL TYPES AND ITS CRUCIAL TO PROGRAMMING AND DESIGNING A SUCCESSFUL PROJECT.  CONVENTION HOTELS AND CONFERENCE CENTERS, NEED EXTENSIVE MEETING AND BANQUET SPACE,RESORTS.  CONFERENCE CENTERS INCLUDE MAJOR RECREATIONAL COMPONENTS;  LUXURY HOTELS, HAVE HIGH-QUALITY RESTAURANTS.  HOTEL ATRIUM LOBBIES,ESPECIALLY,EXIBIT SUCH CHARACTERISTICS, WHERE THE GUEST REGISTRATION AREA, MULTIPLE RESTAURANTS AND LOUNGES, MEETING PREFUNCTION SPACE,GUEST ELEVATORS, AND UPPER FLOOR CORRIDORS,ALL OCCUPY THE SAME VOLUME.
  7. 7. 8  Second objective is to organize public areas in relation to guestroom structure.  The plan of the lobby floor has emphasis so that the major guest circulation from the enterance to the front desk to the elevators is convenient and logical  The designer s should assess the relative need for the following entrances: main hotel entrance. Ballroom/banquet entrance Restaurant/bar/nightclub/casino entrance. Health club/spa entrance Tour bus/airport bus drop-off. Suite or condominium entrance.  Each entrance need to be clearly identify. 17-03-2009.
  8. 8. The lobby make the greatest impact on the guest and visitors of the hotel. Successful designs carefully balance two key factors: visual impact and function. In 1970’s emphasis given to larger lobbies, not only in conventional hotel but in smaller hotels. 917-03-2009.
  9. 9. End of 20th - century increase in hotel specialization,shows impact on interior spaces, specially in luxury, all-suite, and conference center categories. 17-03-2009. 10
  10. 10. 17-03-2009. 11 Larger hotel require more space as compared to Mid- price hotels. ENTRANCES: consider additional enterance. Front desk location: Office access: Guest elevators: Seating area: Circulation Retail areas: Bellman/luggage: Support functions:
  11. 11. 12 Size of the desk : workstation for each with 6ft long for registration and cashier. Queuing space: should be provided in front of the desk for guest to line up for about 20ft. Assistant manager’s desk: provide a desk, sitting and storage. Bellman station: near front desk and main entrance. Luggage station:it should be lockable adjoining to bellman station. Telephones: Furniture and fixtures: 17-03-2009.
  12. 12. 17-03-2009. 13 This includes “meeting, banquet, reception, and exibit spaces Two people require very different demand : corporate groups market, and association market, in addition, local organization Use hotel meeting space for a variety of meetings, banquets, and reception functions.
  13. 13. SPACE AND USES: REQUIREMENTS BALLROOM : Meetings, banquets, receptions , exibits. Divisibility high ceiling, direct food access, no columns. BANQUET ROOMS: Banquets, meetings, receptions. Divisibility , direct food access, natural light. MEETING ROOMS: Meetings, limited banquets. Built- in audiovisual, limited divisions. BOARDROOM: High level meeting. Separate from other meeting rooms, built-in audiovisual, superior finishes. EXIBIT HALL: Exibition. Display access, floor loading, high ceiling, high lighting level. 17-03-2009. 14
  14. 14. FLOOR Carpet, pattered to assist furniture placement; portable dance floor. WALLS Various finishes(paints, vinyl, fabric panels),chair rail, folding wall material to match other walls. CEILING Downlights , chandeliers, track lighting, emergency lighting, sound system, wall tracks. WINDOWS Full blackout capability. LIGHTING Combination of functional, decorative, display, and accent lighting FURNITURE Round banquet and rectangular meeting tables, chairs, audio visual equipment, seating.17-03-2009. 15 DESIGN CRITERIA FOR LARGE FUNCTION SPACE.
  15. 15.  DEFINING THE GUESTROOM DESIGN:  GUESTROOM FLOOR PLANNING OBJECTIVES:  FLOOR LAYOUT  ESTABLISHING DESIGN CRITERIA:  GUESTROOM AND SUITE DESIGN:  ROOM DIMENSIONS AND ROOM CONFIGURATIONS:  DESIGNING THE INDIVIDUAL GUESTROOM:  TYPICAL KING AND DOUBLE-DOUBLE ROOMS: 17-03-2009. 16
  16. 16. 17 The planning of typical Guestroom floor presents one of the greatest challenges in hotel design. Guestrooms and suite represents 65to85 percent of the floor area. 17-03-2009.
  17. 17. 18 SITTING AND ORIENTATION Site the guestroom structure to be visible from the road. Orient guestrooms to enhance view. Assess the relative visual impact and construction cost of various guestroom plan configurations. Position the guestroom structure to limit its structural impact on the Ballroom and other major public spaces. 17-03-2009.
  18. 18. 19 It is define simply as a living room connected to one or more bedrooms. Larger hotel provides hierarchy of suites, from single-bay living rooms with a sleeping alcove to multiple-bay Living rooms with connecting rooms, including dinning/ conference rooms and or two bedrooms. 17-03-2009.
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  20. 20. 21 Nowhere in the room is planning and designing more important that in the Guest bathroom. In mid-20’s bathroom grews from about 30ft sq – hardly big enough for the standard three fixtures to40ft sq. By 2000 it was common for downtown hotels, catering to a single business traveler, to offer a bathroom with a large sink/ counter, bathtub, separate shower stall, and compartmentalized toilet. 17-03-2009.
  21. 21. 22 FLOOR :CERAMIC OR MARBLE TILE. WALLS: CERAMIC OR MARBLE TILE AROUND TUB; VINYL WALL-COVERING OR PAINT ELSSEWHERE. CEILING: PAINT Designers need to study market data to understand what features and amenities will be most desirable. 17-03-2009.
  22. 22. 17-03-2009. 23 The conclusion to this project is that i had a very good experience observing various aspects of interiors of hotels’ got to know each and every thing that is related to interiors of hotels. It is a very vast and I learned a lot from this project. Interiors of hotels include furniture to lighting to ambience to view both inner and outer and much much more.
  23. 23. 17-03-2009. 24 BOOK BY THREE AUTHORS, Walter A. Rutes, Richard H.Penner Lawrence Adams, from (library of Dr.BMN.College of home science) INTERNET APPLICATIONS, www.google.com
  24. 24. 31/08/13 25

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