Design is an integral part of a hospitality business success
The layout of a hospitality business and the furnishings are two very important aspects to consider when initially designing or re-designing your business, no matter if you running a cafe, restaurant, hotel or resort where the comfort level of the customers is the up most important factors weather if your business success or fail. They control how efficiently the business operates in providing a pleasant and entertaining environment for customers. It could be in your restaurant, hotel and resort lobby, outdoor cafe,
These will help create an atmosphere that suits the environment and ensures that staff can work efficiently. All providing a great customer experience.
A restaurant used primarily for meetings needs:
Square tables allow flexibility and re-arrangement, depending on the size of group booked. If you are running. The Hexagon shape bamboo bar counter will add a touch of Tropical theme if you do not mind the small size bar table style.
Light chairs like the bamboo chairs can be moved easily and don't damage floors expecially if you running a tropical theme hospitality business, like a tiki style bar or cafe.
Heavy chairs give a more elegant/regal feeling. Attaching felt glides protects floors and reduces noise.
Having a mix of table sizes and seating arrangements creates a visually interesting restaurant.
One option is to use planter divider walls to separate seating areas, the green plant and blossom flower will brighten the room and add a touch of fresh air to your customers dining experience. It is especially a delighted experience in the outdoor seating areas.
In a fast food place or café, everything should be laid out for speed. Flow lines must be kept short and must not cross. The seating shouldn't be too comfortable as ideally people should only stay for about 30 minutes, and all the surfaces must be easily cleaned.
Whereas, a fine dining establishment requires thought about how many sittings you plan to have, e.g. 1 sitting or 2. The comfort of your seating must correspond with the length of time you wish customers to stay.
e.g. If it has no view, add armchairs instead.
Always keep the customers' needs at the forefront of design.
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