Are you interested in taking the style and design of your hotel to the next level? Is there damage or wear and tear to your hotel’s interior that could use a good remodelling? Would you be able to improve sales and profit margin if you made the investment to create a higher end look inside you hotel?
Maybe it is time for you to look in to hotel refurbishment!
When hotel owners are looking to access better sales and a higher profit margin, they often look at the price of gutting the property and starting afresh. However, quite commonly they’ll become terrified of the price it would take to go to such extensive lengths to upgrade the hotel’s appearance.
This can tend to dissuade owners and managers from pushing for a remodelling of the hotel, when there is another option that can keep costs down and maintain a significant level of upgrades and changes that can still make a difference.
It is called hotel refurbishment and it incorporates using what you already have to make the most out of the change to bring the hotel to the next level.
What Can You Keep, And What Has To Go?
There are going to be some things that absolutely have to go, and others that you will be able to keep.
When it comes to the structure and the walls, not every hotel needs to break down every wall for a remodel or upgrade.
If the structure is in perfect shape and you do not have any space altering requirements then all you might need is new wall coverings or a new paint job. This is simple and easy to fix.
However, if you have some space altering requirements in specific areas then you can alter those isolated areas. There is no need to go all or nothing with an upgrade. If you have leather furniture, then a good polishing job could be all that is needed to make it look like new!
You can stain the shelving units to create a new look and add a couple of new accents to make transform the area. And you will not have thrown everything out the window.
How Long Will This Process take?
The process can take as long or as short of a time as you need to accomplish your goals.
The down side of completely gutting the property and starting fresh is that you will have to close business and lose all of the income from those months.
That is where hotel refurbishment comes in to play.
With hotel refurbishment, you can take it one step at a time and complete pieces of the hotel at different times. The process can be gradual and span over the course of a couple of months to a couple of years; however, in the long run you will have saved money by using what you already have, and by not having to close business for an extended period of time.
If you are a hotel owner or manager and you feel as though the hotel needs an upgrade; however, you are afraid of the upgrade costs then seriously consider hotel refurbishment!
Louisa Jenkins is a blogger with a passion for travelling and design. She combines these two passions to produce blogs on hotel refurbishment and interior design.