For those who run or work in a hotel, you might already be aware that a decent amount of money goes towards the purchase and maintenance of hotel furniture, and if it doesn’t, then it definitely should do! One important aspect of hotel furniture are the chairs that people sit on, and these have to be considered prior to purchase to ensure they complement the existing hotel décor. As a hotelier, you will have high standards to uphold and people will expect the furniture to reflect the price they are paying to stay at your hotel.
Cheap hotel chairs do little to impress those that have travelled far and wide to stay at your hotel. Indeed, they may be the cost-effective option but visitors will be carefully noting the aesthetics of each piece of hotel furniture and if it doesn’t meet their expectations, they will probably remark upon it. Of course, some guests are more ‘picky’ than others, but you have to do your best to please everyone. Just remember that some won’t like certain types of hotel chairs, but as long as they are comfortable, the aesthetics take a back seat in importance.
Each new guest that comes to stay at your hotel will carefully consider the environment they are stepping in to. Appropriate hotel furniture has a lot of sway in how people see the hotel, so sitting in an uncomfortable hotel chair at reception is a black mark against you. Things have to make the grade in terms of cleanliness and the overall condition of the hotel furniture. Somewhere else that needs old tatty furniture removing is in the bedroom, and the last thing you want is for your hotel bedroom furniture to let you down. The longer you leave it there, the more chance you have of someone making a formal complaint. Choose your hotel furniture based on how you would want to find it when staying somewhere. Neat and tidy hotel chairs with a focus on supreme comfort is essential.
So, if you want to make sure your guests leave the hotel with a smile, choose the right furniture with particular emphasis on the look and comfort of the hotel chairs.