Hospitality- Hotels, Resorts, Bnb’s And Guesthouses
Hotels and resorts are the spaces for relaxation, celebration or small pauses before traveller’s continue forward.
- Destination wedding properties: These properties, such as hotels or resorts like Ramee Royal, typically feature a range of 60 to 200 rooms. They are designed to host extravagant wedding celebrations over a span of 2-3 days, with beautiful ceremonial venues.
- Resort properties: Resorts, like Aayan Resorts, are situated in picturesque environments and can have anywhere from 5 to 300 rooms. They offer amenities focused on relaxation, evening parties, delectable cuisine, and creating a positive ambiance. Additionally, resorts often provide spa experiences to enhance guests’ overall well-being.
- Holistic health retreats: An example is Soulroots, which offers a comprehensive wellness experience, focusing on the mind, body, and soul.
- Business hotels: Properties like Oriental are specifically designed to cater to the needs of business travelers, providing amenities and services suitable for conducting meetings, conferences, and other professional activities.
- Boutique hotels: Belmonte is an example of a boutique hotel, characterized by its unique style, personalized service, and intimate atmosphere. These establishments often have a distinct theme or design concept.
- Bed and Breakfast (BnB) and Homestays: Alan and Manvendra are examples of BnBs and homestays, which offer a more intimate and cozy accommodation experience, typically in a residential setting. Guests can enjoy a comfortable stay with personalized attention and a homely atmosphere.
Note on Sustainable Tourism
Sustainable tourism promotes environmentally responsible practices within the hospitality industry. Architectural inference in the context of sustainable tourism refers to the design and construction of tourism-related structures in a way that minimizes negative impacts on the environment and maximizes the use of sustainable materials and technologies.
Inference in sustainable tourism architecture involves incorporating various principles and strategies to reduce energy consumption, conserve resources, and promote ecological balance. Some key architectural inferences for sustainable tourism include:
- Energy-efficient design: Implementing passive design techniques to optimize natural lighting, ventilation, and temperature regulation in buildings. This reduces the need for artificial lighting, heating, and cooling, thereby reducing energy consumption.
- Renewable energy integration: Incorporating renewable energy systems such as solar panels, wind turbines, or geothermal heating/cooling to generate clean energy on-site, reducing reliance on non-renewable energy sources.
- Water conservation: Employing water-efficient fixtures, rainwater harvesting systems, and wastewater treatment systems to minimize water consumption and promote water reuse.
- Use of sustainable materials: Selecting eco-friendly and locally sourced materials for construction, such as recycled or reclaimed materials, sustainable wood, low VOC (volatile organic compound) paints, and finishes, to reduce the environmental impact
- Waste management: Implementing waste reduction and recycling programs within the property to minimize the amount of waste sent to landfills. Incorporating composting systems and encouraging guests to participate in eco-friendly waste disposal practices.
- Natural landscape integration: Designing buildings that blend harmoniously with the surrounding environment, preserving natural features, and minimizing disturbance to ecosystems. Incorporating green spaces, native plantings, and natural water features can enhance biodiversity and create a visually appealing environment.
- Community engagement: Involving the local community in the design and development process to ensure that sustainable tourism projects align with their needs, values, and cultural heritage. This fosters a sense of ownership and encourages responsible tourism practices.
By considering these architectural inferences, sustainable tourism aims to create hospitality structures that not only provide comfort and amenities to guests but also minimize their environmental footprint and contribute to the long-term well-being of the destination and its communities.
Our team at Priyanka Arjun and Associates look forward to work on sustainable, green projects.