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    Editor checks in: February ’19

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    It’s in with the new… This month has been about discovery over on the editorial desk at Hotel Designs HQ. At the beginning of February we opened entries and nominations for our 30 Under 30 initiative, which was the start of our global search for the industry’s rising stars. Make no bones about it, this is […]

    How hotels can utilise this year’s bathroom trends

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    With the bathroom trends for 2019 well and truly forecasted, interior designer Charlie Willaims from Heritage Bathrooms explains how hotels can inject these into the modern hotel…   Luxurious, modern bathrooms are right at the top of the wishlist for homeowners right now, with many of these individuals now increasingly expecting to see this design-led approach […]

    Editor checks in: December 2018

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    Colouring outside the trendy lines… The sun is falling on 2018 – and this particular sunset is filtered in a warm, peachy orange glow, also known as Living Coral or Pantone 16-154. Despite December traditionally being a month of reflection, it’s also a time to sprinkle a hint of optimism on the horizon as the industry […]

    Pantone’s colour of the year divides opinions

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    Will Pantone’s peachy orange, sunset-like colour of Living Coral raise awareness of global warming, or is this just another marketing ploy? Hamish Kilburn investigates…  Earlier last week, colour expert Pantone determined that 2019’s colour of the year will be Living Coral, or Pantone 16-1546. Since then, though, there have been suggestions that the peachy orange shade, […]

    7 ways to promote your hotel on social media

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    The world of social media is constantly evolving, making it crutial for hotels to stay ahead in the market. Serena Dorf, a content writer from Los Angeles, shares her top tops to help htoels remain competitive in the digital sphere… In today’s digital era, every business is forced to survive and adapt to the ever-changing […]

    Hotel design in cruise ships: will it sink or will it float?

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    With more and more design firms announcing their involvement in cruise ship interior designs, Hotel Designs’ editor Hamish Kilburn dived beneath the surface to find out how conceiving a cruise ship differs from designing a luxury hotel… “Location, location, location” is what I hear on a daily basis when asking where designers first look to for […]

    Maximising your guests’ in-hotel experience through interior design

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    From time-saving conveniences to luxurious treats and perks, anything you can do to design a space that puts the demands and needs of guests on a pedestal will get you one step closer to loyal, happy customers who’ll spend stay after stay in your hotel… There are options galore when it comes to upgrading the layout and interior design […]

    WEBINAR: Who will run hotels in 25 years – humans or robots?

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    Who will run hotels in 25 years: humans or robots? This is one of the thought-provoking questions that will be addressed in an upcoming free webinar by Revinate, IDeaS, SiteMinder: ‘A.I. meets Human Hospitality’, scheduled for December 5th at 4:00pm GMT. The session will explore the key findings of an industry panel held during this […]

    Guest Blog: The Future of Hospitality – Homestays v. Hotels

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    Nakul Sharma is the CEO and founder of Hostmaker, London’s biggest Airbnb management company – and here he describes why he believes homestays and staying in a hotel are different sides of the same coin… Over the last few years, homestays have become increasingly popular, with the explosion of companies such as Airbnb making these […]

    Guest Blog: ‘How to design a boutique hotel’

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    Lillian Connors is Senior Digital Marketing Strategist at Bizzmark – a hub for business journalists and bloggers – and here she shares her thoughts on how to design the perfect boutique hotel… The two main features of boutique hotels are luxury and individuality. These are achieved through style, practicality and attention to detail. The style […]