Choosing effective lighting for your hotel also involves selecting the right option for the hotel bedrooms. It is likely that your guests will spend the most amount of time in their room, and so the lighting here needs to be comfortable and suitable for their requirements. As a result, you might need to give more consideration to the hotel room lighting than you might initially think. But what are the key features for hotel room lighting? Well, here at Walker Electrical, we are Preston’s leading electrical experts. We work with companies and businesses across Preston, and the North West, to provide high quality, professional electrical and lighting solutions. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about hotel room lighting.
What are the key features for hotel room lighting?
There are a number of key features for effective and efficient hotel room lighting. These features include:
- Gentle lighting
- Adjustable lighting
- Additional light switches
Gentle lighting for hotel rooms
Gentle lighting in a hotel room can include wall uplights that display a colour wash lighting up the wall, towards the ceiling. This creates a calming and soothing background light that can be perfect for your guests to relax and unwind. You could also provide lighting with a lower lighting intensity for the downlights in the hotel room, especially if you downlights near the bed.
Adjustable lighting for hotel rooms
Adjustable lighting is an important consideration, especially if you do not have a variety of gentle and bright lighting installed as standard. Providing the option for your guests to adjust the lighting themselves can ensure that each of your guests has a positive hotel experience, increasing your hotel reputation and customer satisfaction.
Additional light switches for hotel bedrooms
Hotel bedrooms should make use of additional light switches so that your guests can turn off the main lighting from a range of areas around the room, including the bathroom and the bed. One switch by the door would be bad lighting design.
For more information or advice, or for professional electrical design for your hotel, get in touch with the team today, here at Walker Electrical.