Lighting options for your hotel lobby

hotel lighting

In the leisure and tourism industry, as well as the hospitality industry, first appearances are of the utmost important. This means that for hotels, any reception desks or hotel lobbies need to be well designed, to impress and WOW your guests. The decor and lighting can play a pivotal role in this. So what are the Lighting options for your hotel lobby? And how can you be sure to create the perfect space? Well, here at Walker Electrical, we are Preston’s leading electrical professionals. From industrial warehouses and factories, to construction sites, historic renovations and commercial properties, we provide a range of high quality electrical solutions across the North West. And this is our guide to the different options for effective hotel lobby lighting.

Lighting options for your hotel lobby

So, how can you illuminate your hotel lobby, in a way that will keep all your guests happy? Well, there are a number of things to consider, including:

  • The level of ambient light. In the hotel lobby your guests may be waiting to check in, or check out, looking for important documents, waiting to leave for the day, or returning for the evening. So while there does need to be a good level of ambient light, light that is too bright can be uncomfortable. Uplighting can be the perfect way to achieve this, as the light is directed upwards, instead of down. This means you can illuminate the space to provide a comfortable amount of light, while also allowing eyes to adjust as they enter from outside. Wall lights can be a good option for this.
  • Reception lighting. As part of the hotel lobby, the reception desk is usually the main feature. You should consider using some brighter lighting around this area, to make it easier to see documents and find items. Spotlights or accent lighting around the desk can also be beneficial for making the desk a key feature.
  • Intelligent lighting. Intelligent lighting systems can dim or grow brighter depending on the level of light in the room. So in the morning you may not need the lights on at all, and in the evening you may need to turn the uplights up to provide a comfortable lighting level.

For more information or advice, get in touch with the team today, here at Walker Electrical.