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Lighting For Hotels

 

Exterior and interior lighting both play key roles in the hotel industry. A well-lit sign can be a beacon for weary travelers. Brightly lit entrances enhance safety. Lights that accent landscaping and the pool create favorable impressions, too.

 

As for the interior, in addition to the furniture, bedding and other amenities, the way lighting is used helps determine how comfortable guests feel in a hotel. If the lighting is too harsh, guests may feel edgy or uncomfortable. If the lighting is too soft, guests may feel gloomy. From the lobby to the individual guest rooms, hotel lighting is crucial — and that’s true for motels and any other segment of the hospitality industry as well. Choosing the right hotel lighting fixtures can be the deciding factor in whether or not a hotel feels welcoming. Having proper hospitality lighting not only helps guests feel more at home, but it also helps contribute to overall efficiency and a safer workplace.

 

The Roles Lighting Plays in Hotels

 

There’s more to lighting a hotel than turning on a lamp. It takes a lot of different types of lighting and fixtures to create an inviting environment. Here are some of the types of lighting important to the hotel industry:

 

Ambient lighting. In any area of a hotel, the lighting must allow people to see what they are doing. A restaurant may only need low levels of lighting to create a cozy mood, while convention and meeting spaces need bright overhead lighting that can illuminate the entire space evenly.

 

Task lighting. Hotel lobby lighting must be sufficient to help hotel staffers do their jobs more effectively. Ambient lighting in the lobby may not be sufficient for guests checking in to see fine print, for example.

 

Accent lighting. Wall art and other architectural details contribute to creating a warm, inviting feel in a hotel room. Hotel room lighting often includes accent lighting that can emphasize these details. Accent lighting also can be used in common areas to make certain elements of a room pop for guests.

 

Decorative lighting. Hotel decor is a carefully considered element of the overall ambiance, and lighting plays an important role in that. Whether used to illuminate the hotel’s name on a wall sign or to bring a splash of color into the lobby bar area, decorative lighting is essential for creating the feel hotel owners want their guests to experience.

 

Creating the Right Feel in a Hotel With Lighting

 

Because there are so many different types of lighting that contribute to the atmosphere of a hotel, it can be difficult for hoteliers to determine the right lighting to use in a particular area. Above all else, hotel owners must consider the context of the particular area. For example, a softer lighting scheme may be more appropriate for the lobby bar, while brighter lighting may be the right choice for hallways.

 

Hotel owners also must be concerned about how their lighting schemes will impact their energy usage and expenses. Fortunately, there are many options for hotel LED lighting today that consume less electricity and keep energy bills lower. Buying bulbs in bulk for all hotel lighting can help greatly as well.

 

Lightbulb Wholesaler stands head and shoulders above other hotel lighting suppliers because we know lighting and understand the needs of the hospitality industry. See what solutions we offer, then create an account and contact us for more information.