Although hoteliers typically keep tight control of their expenditure on properties, regular
refurbishment is a necessity to maintain customer loyalty, room rates and market share. Hotel’s need to renovate because if they don’t the guests will fade as fast as the premises does. With Architectural Film we have the perfect solution, which can improve a hotels bottom line and aesthetics at the same time.
The flexibility of architectural film means its suitable for a whole range of substrates, within a host of environments in the hotel. Whether that’s the hotel bar, restaurant, reception area, lobby, spa, gym, hotel room, or even bathrooms, architectural film really can lend itself to any of these internal spaces.
The finishes are not limited to flat surfaces either. The products can conform with heat, allowing almost any surface to be wrapped,.
High Quality, High Prices
The moment a guest walks through the door to the hotel is your opportunity to provide the ‘WOW’ factor with the aesthetics of your reception.
With architectural film you really can provide the desired impact you’re after. Whatever the look you’re going for. The array of finishes can meet your needs.
An improved look to a hotels interiors means that there is a perception in the customers psyche that this hotel must be more high-end, allowing for an acceptance that rates of rooms may increase too!
Save Time, Save Money
Hotel refurbishments really can be a nightmare in many cases, especially when you're using traditional methods. Rip out and replace methods means a whole lot of disruption, noise and mess, with whole hotel wings being closed down in some cases due to the refurbishment. This all points to one thing. Loss of earnings for the hotel.
With architectural film, you really are taking this headache away. The simplicity of the application means that there will be no disruption to business, the process is much quicker too. No ripping out and replacing fire doors or other substrates, you will be able to simply uplift the existing surfaces which are in situ.
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