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    FEATURE: Perfection in the hotel bathroom

    Recommended Supplier UKBathrooms explains how designers and architects can strive to create the perfect hotel bathroom experience…

    As one of the leading online supplier of premium bathroom brands, UK Bathrooms knows a great deal about what makes the perfect hotel bathroom. Whatever the hotel category; wellness, luxury, business, holiday, whatever the size of hotel; hoteliers today concentrate on providing a unique environment, offering the best in comfort and ease of use to their guests.

    After all, what’s the first thing a guest does after checking in to their hotel room? They inspect the bathroom, and expect it to be spotlessly clean, comfortable and relaxing, and, in many cases, different and more impressive than they have at home!

    However, whilst guest experience is paramount, a hotel bathroom also needs to be easily maintainable, have durability and longevity. Design should include high quality products which combine functionality with looking great. The hotel bathroom needs to be both beautiful and functional, it should be a unique, discerning space and use materials that are robust and won’t fade.

    Image credit: Jack Hardy

    Hotel housekeeping teams are usually under pressure to present an impeccable bathroom, so design and products should take into consideration the ease of servicing and cleaning.

    Designers, architects and hoteliers should also think about whether the bathroom fits in with the hotel’s architecture, is the design sympathetic to the building? A hotel bathroom should be apt to its environment, capturing the spirit and history of its locale and ultimately take the stress out of travelling for its guests. On trend is a space with no definition between where a bedroom ends and where the bathroom begins, not open plan which is often a step too far for guests, but a space that offers continuity and allows for a complete guest experience.

    And that guest experience includes being comfortable and hassle free, with everything to hand including shampoo and soaps, luxury towels that aren’t out of reach. Nothing should be too difficult to use or hard to find. Showers must be the best available with easy controls.  Lighting is key throughout the space and this is where good design comes into its own.

    Modern and clean looking bathroom with gold accents of colour in furniture and under bath

    Image credit: Villeroy & Boch

    UK Bathrooms supplies the hospitality industry from a huge collection of designer brands, including AXOR, Villeroy & Boch and Burlington to name but a few. As one of the leading online premium brand retailers, the company has a team of experts to assist designers, architects and hoteliers.

    UK Bathrooms is one of our recommended suppliers. To keep up to date with their news, click here. And, if you are interested in becoming one of our recommended suppliers, please email  Katy Phillips by clicking here.

    Main image credit: UK Bathrooms/AXOR

    Hamish Kilburn / 01.08.2019

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