Hotel Design, Planning and Development
Routledge – 2012 – 444 pages
Hotel Design, Planning and Development presents the most significant hotels developed internationally in the last ten years so that you can be well-informed of recent trends. The book outlines essential planning and design considerations based on the latest data, supported by technical information and illustrations, including original plans, so you can really study what works. The authors provide analysis and theory to support each of the major trends they present, highlighting how the designer’s work fits into the industry's development as a whole. Extensive case studies demonstrate how a successful new concept is developed.
Hotel Design, Planning and Development gives you a thorough overview of this important and fast-growing sector of the hospitality industry.
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Foreword Michael Graves. Preface. Part 1: Hotel Types 1. Overview 2. Urban Hotels 3. Design Hotels 4. Suburban Hotels 5. Multi-branded Hotels 6. Mixed-use Hotels 7. Resorts 8. Casino Hotels 9. Convention Hotels 10. Conference 11. Residential Hotels and Time-Share Properties 12. Updating Existing Hotels Part 2: Design Guide 13. Site and Master Planning 14. Programming and Development 15. The Guestroom Floor 16. Guestroom and Suite Design 17. Public Space Design 18. Administration and Back-of-house Design 19. Technical Coordination and Construction 20. Future and Fantasy. Appendixes. Bibliography. List of Properties and Credits. Index
Richard Penner is a professor at the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration.
Lawrence Adams, AIA lead architect behind several renowned hotel projects, taught Hotel Design at NYU and co-authored first edition of Hotel Design, Planning and Development.
Stephani K. A. Robson is a senior lecturer at the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration.