1.30.2019

5 Innovative Hotel Design Trends to Watch for in 2019



If you want your hotel to meet the highest standards and boost its ratings, then it’s high time to
investigate what the latest design trends are. What’s interesting, the most famous interior designers
from around the world have already presented their predictions for the year 2019, and we can’t wait to
share them with you. These will not only help you stay ahead of the competition, but will effectively
increase the number of guests coming to stay at your fine establishment. In order to help you transform
your existing hotel into a state-of-the-art one, we have singled out top trends for the upcoming year.
Let’s take a look and get inspired.

Personalized smart hotels
First things first, Scandinavian hotels have shown a great interest for creating a personalized experience
for each visitor. For instance, they are focusing on installing personalized smart home gadgets in the
rooms which will allow the guests to operate the lights, curtains and various appliances in the room per
voice. Additionally, hotels will even offer their guests high-end home entertainment devices with access
to premium streaming services like Netflix and Prime Video. Lastly, in 2019, we will also see a new
means of communication with the hotel’s staff that will allow the guests to voice their room
temperature preferences, manage food and drink orders and more via apps and smart cloud services.
This will allow the visitors to customize their experience at the establishment even when they leave
their room to explore the town.

Multi-functional spaces

Interior designers from Asia now predict that simple and lifeless lobby areas as we know them will
disappear and will instead be replaced by multifunctional spaces which can serve as workplaces, casual
restaurants and meeting places simultaneously. More importantly, experts specializing in the unique
Hong Kong interior design are focused on creating functional spaces in which ambient lighting, glass
exterior walls and high-tech amenities will serve to attract guests to come and stay. On top of that,
communal tables should be placed here with individual seating instead of the usual benches which will
both allow for a flow of communication and a chance for guests to work alone in an environment rich
with activities. Additionally, a Wi-Fi internet connection has to be made available for business and
entertainment purposes, as well as USB charging stations.

Dramatic colour schemes
Research shows that more and more hotels will have to switch to brighter nuances and vivacious colours
for their interior design if they want to attract more customers. The first reason for this is that nowadays
a large number of people read reviews and look at photos of hotels online. This means that if the
accommodation seems too sterile and mundane, their interest for it fades away faster. In order to break
the monotony, hotel owners are painting accent walls in contrasting colours. They’re additionally mixing
and matching upholstery designs and furniture styles to achieve the biggest wow effect possible. Most
importantly, lounge spaces and dining areas can be equipped with warm-coloured lights to create an
inviting atmosphere and to set the right mood.

Eco-friendly implementations

Another important trend currently practised by hotels in South Africa is the implementation of eco-
friendly practices. By honouring and caring for nature, modern hotels will be able to attract a bigger
millennial clientele while giving back to the environment at the same time. To start off with,
accommodations will reduce water waste by installing low-flow toilets, sinks and showers. Furthermore,
electrical consumption will also be decreased by installing energy-saving LED light bulbs in all rooms
along with smart motion sensors which will turn off the lights when the room is empty. Finally, high-end
furniture and cabinetry will be built from sustainable materials such as recycled wood, plastic and
natural stone. These materials can add a natural touch to each part of the hotel and make it look more
welcoming.

The boutique hotel effect
Last but not least, hotel chains in the USA are cutting down on homogenized looks for their rooms and
opting for a more natural and idiosyncratic style typical of boutique accommodations. By paying tribute
to local cultures in every suite with artisan crafts and art pieces from the region where they’re located,
hotels can provide their visitors with a powerful immersive experience. The same effect can further be
achieved by introducing flowers and plants indigenous to that region. Special attention also has to be
paid when designing the exterior so that it doesn’t convey the message of being “one in a series”.
Furthermore, boutique hotels boast with individually designed rooms in a quirky modern style where
traditional elements are balanced out with modern features for a timeless look.

As you can see, 2019 will bring a lot of fresh ideas to the way hotels are designed. By following these
changes closely and implementing them in your own design, you will be able to attract a wide range of
customers and meet all their individual needs. We wish you all the best in the upcoming year.

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