Hotel Lighting is as important as home and office lighting. Visitors may come to the hotel just to rest or to use it as a living space for a while. Thus, hotels must provide their guests with an environment that possesses the comfort of their own homes. Hotels can sometimes be a small resting establishment or a large complex that offers all life activities depended on their size. In both cases, lighting is just as important as the other factors for the comfort of the place.
In hotels that offer various spaces in the same building, lighting is created according to the different usage areas. A lighting project which designed suitably with the core architecture and surroundings of the hotel increases the attraction in terms of both internal and external factors.
Hotels are also spaces that employ external lighting systems efficiently. Therefore both indoor and outdoor lighting should include luminaries that are harmonious with natural light sources and can endure environmental conditions.
Hotels consist of many spaces with different purposes such as exterior, entrance/lobby, rooms, restaurants, resting and waiting lounges, sports complexes, cafes, and bars. So using the lighting systems with the same intensity and temperature in the whole hotel would create a negative effect in terms of attraction and comfort.
An extensive, detailed design plan that includes different lighting designs for different areas and also involves outdoor spaces must be created for hotel lighting projects. Through this, hotels can become an attractive and comfortable living area for the visiters, workers, and the city it’s in.