The Right Way to Upgrade Your Hotel

The Right Way to Upgrade Your Hotel

With the influx and transit of people in a hotel at the end of the year, even with careful maintenance, deterioration is inevitable. Add to that the fact that interior design fashions and trends change over the years. Your main intention is to make your guests feel at home, and not feel like they are spending the night in a “hotel of horrors”.

Equally important is the furniture in the hotel rooms, as well as in the restaurant or cafeteria. Investing in spaces that offer quality and comfort will be a great bet for your business, as it will surely add value to the services you offer.

When was the last time you renewed the furniture? What about the wallpaper on the wall? It may be time to let go of some of the furniture and decorating styles that made your hotel look old and run-down. That’s why, in today’s article, we want to talk about some tips for renovating your hotel. So, let’s get started!


You’ve probably heard that creating a good first impression is crucial. Well, the lobby is the first image the guest will have of your establishment, and with the right logical layout, you can make a great deal out of it.

You need to decide what exactly you want to achieve with your hotel’s new look. Depending on the space you have, you can segment the entrance or lobby, and the different areas will have one use or another depending on the needs of the guest at that time.

In general, we can divide the lobby as follows:


The reception area should have a custom-made and functional counter that allows us to offer a service that is both close and practical. Although sometimes it is not displayed, what is behind the reception counter are usually offices or desks where administrative work is done. Office furniture such as desks, chairs or shelves will be essential.

Rest Area

An area where guests sit to rest, furnished with sofas, chairs and side tables, is essential in any hotel. Sofas can be a good resource for making the most of the space, and the design of the chairs can add a special touch to the decor.

Business Zone

This is an area dedicated to guests traveling for business purposes, where they can have high tables, stools and work chairs to be able to work or receive visitors.

Cafeteria and Restaurant

The cafeteria is an area of dispersion and meeting.

We advise you to create several environments, distributed as follows:

– Low tables with armchairs / chairs, where one can comfortably watch TV or have an aperitif.

– High tables, with their respective high stools.

– Bar area, with the possibility of having custom-made stools for the bar, high and comfortable.

As far as the hotel restaurant is concerned, we encourage you to play around with the distribution of the tables and their size.

The possibilities of restaurant furniture are countless: it is possible to arrange custom tables of different sizes for different numbers of guests. For seating, well upholstered chairs are equally valid, as well as an armchair, benches or sofas with exclusive design.

Depending on the type of hotel and the outdoor spaces you have, you may consider creating a terrace or garden to enjoy. For example, in a beach hotel, Balinese beds are always a hit. We recommend specific outdoor furniture, resistant to the sun and changes in weather and temperature.

The Rooms

Even though we put the rooms last, it is actually the most important thing in a hotel.

Regardless of why our guests travel, they are all looking for the same thing: a good rest. However, as we mentioned at the beginning of this post, the guest also wants to feel at home. For this, we can offer you through the furniture a practical, comfortable and quality space.

The essential furniture in a hotel room are:

– Bed, single or double, but always with the highest level of comfort.

– Night tables.

– Desk and desk chair for working.

– Armchairs or sofas and side tables. We recommend investing in comfortable, ergonomic and modern style chairs and armchairs.

– Variable lighting on bedside tables, desk lamps or floor lamps.

– Luggage box where you can leave your luggage.

– Wardrobe.

We recommend contacting establishments specializing in hotel furniture, which will surely give you customized advice, in addition to offering furniture at a professional rate.

With those tips, you can now do a wonderful job when renovating your hotel. Do you have any other tips? Share them in the comments below.


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