Modern hotels are a far cry from the Fawlty Towers stereotype of yesterday. Britain’s reputation for famously bad service is now a myth for the most part. Customers expect far more from their staff and hotel managers know they have to deliver in a very competitive market.
Hotels are upping the ante in terms of their design. There’s something really refreshing about bright, modern and contemporary spaces. Clever cutting edge design gives the whole place a fresh and funky feel, which is exactly what guests are looking for.
There’s plenty of scope to brings things up to date, but without having to spend a fortune. Increasingly the hotel chains are starting to look at incorporating decorative glass into building design. They can do this in a variety of different ways to achieve a range of effects. Some mainly for show, others with more practical implications.
In the reception area of a building decorative glass panels can be used to add splashes of colour for a stunning effect. In individual rooms clever use of glass is a neat solution for issues of privacy. A see through shower cubicle becomes private at the flick of a switch. These are great touches that really add to the customer and guest experience. It doesn’t have to take much to add a little bit of dazzle to the stay.
A tired, drab and dated space just won’t cut it any more. People expect more when they stay at a hotel. They’re paying good money for the experience and want to be impressed by everything, the food, the service and the environment. Hotel chains need to up their game and this is a great starting point to revamp the look and feel of the place. Customers are bound to be dazzled by this combination of glass, design and technology.