|November 2000 - Whether you are trying to gain or maintain
a Mobil Star or AAA Diamond, or just want to give your property that edge
over the competition, there are many ways of accomplishing your goals through
good Interior Design.
Do your guestrooms and public spaces give your guests a sense of location? In what region of the world or country is your property located? Is it apparent without having to look out the window or step outside?
Are your rooms being dragged down by heavy, dated materials? Is there ample lighting for reading and other tasks? Does the lighting complement the ambience?
Is technology a part of your design package? Is your furniture user friendly for today’s business traveler?
Many hospitality renovations do not require complete replacement of furnishings. Perhaps new soft goods and floor covering are sufficient. Deciding what to throw out and what to keep can be overwhelming to the untrained eye.. An uninformed decision can translate into many thousands or millions of dollars of unnecessary expenditures. You might want to consider a professional design assessment to help you make this important decision.
Harry Nobles Hospitality Consulting
|Also See:||The Future of AAA Ratings / September 2000|
|What Is Your Optimum AAA Rating / August 2000|
|If You Disagree With Your AAA Rating…../ June 2000|
|Are AAA Ratings Always Accurate and Objective / May 2000|
|Creating Atmosphere / Jan 2000|
|What is "Atmosphere"? / December 1999|
|Maintaining Your AAA Rating / Nov 1999|
|Earning a AAA Rating vs Maintaining a AAA Rating: Which Is More Difficult? / Oct 1999|
|Can Outstanding Service Offset Hotel Physical Deficiencies in the Rating Systems? / Harry Nobles / June 1999|
|Consistency: The Hallmark of a Fine Hotel / September 1999|
|Who Should Train Your Employees / Aug 2000|
|Mobil Travel Guide Announces 1998 Mobil Four-and Five-Star Award Winners / Jan 1998|
|Key to Success: Training + Follow-Up / June 2000|
|The Legend of the Pineapple / Harry Nobles / Feb 1999|