From February 16, 2017

Spotting Sophistication In A Boutique Hotel

Thanks to the booming tourist industry, there are hundreds of small and large hotels being built all over the country. Even everyday citizens try to get in on the act by turning their houses into ‘boutique hotels.’ But as any experienced traveller knows, you can tell the sophisticated boutique hotel from a hack at a glance and here are some of those tell-tale signs revealed:
The Overall ThemeThere is something to be said for the kitsch aesthetic, but there is a tasteful way to do it. When the pleasant Home Interior Decors Singapore scream colour clash more than colour taste, then it is a sign that sophistication has left town. Basically, there has to be a colour scheme that goes with the overall theme of the place, and the name of the hotel usually gives away what it is. Any hotel that signals a relaxing, tranquil and/or misty ethos would usually have swirling deep leaf greens or muddy browns as a colour scheme; red and yellow is a sign of confusion. Boutique hotels near the sea make use of the ample sun to expand the space, so they would have blues, whites and greys. Either way, if the décor is all over the place, then you know it’s not a sophisticated hotel.
An Eye for DetailSome of the most lauded hotels in the world only have 10 functional rooms because that is all they can handle with their attention for detail. A hotel that boasts designer furnitures that matches its theme or play quiet background music to set the mood has a sophisticated ambience to it. Simple but important things like folding the toilet roll into a triangle at the tip in order to make it easier for the guests to use it; cleaning all the public restrooms in the hotel every day even though they are not used regularly to ensure high sanitation standards; dusting every nook and cranny on cleaning days to avoid major dirt layers is also a sign of sophistication. If you are interested about Bed Sheet you can visit this site http://decordinary.com/92-bedding-sheet-sets.
Impeccable ServiceA hotel in a bad location, with bad infrastructure and even worse food can still get away with it if the service is impeccable and the staff has a smile on their faces. If they serve a welcome drink when a guest enters the hotel to check in; if they respond to a guest’s call on the first ring; if they anticipate what a guest needs even before it is asked for and reacts accordingly; and if they are happy to serve and does so graciously, then it is a sign of the sophistication of the hotel.