Make your guests feel at home by having warm and welcoming lighting in their guest room. You can accomplish this by using table lamps, floor lamps, wall lights and ceiling lights.
Recessed ceiling lights, wall sconces, and flush or semi flush ceiling lights are popular options in hallways and corridors to make sure your guests find their way to their rooms and other areas.
Conference rooms are often used for meetings and media presentations so it is important to plan lighting that allows for both tasks. Direct/indirect lighting and overhead ceiling lights are popular choices.
The lobby and front desk is usually the first thing guests see when they walk into your hotel or motel so it is important to make a good impression. Combining functional and decorative lighting will help make the space stand out.
Many hotels and motels includes amenities such as gyms and spas for their guests. For gym lighting, you want to create an environment that allows customers to get a good workout. For spa lighting, you want to create a relaxing atmosphere.
Outdoor lighting not only includes the landscape but also the building facade and signage. Highlighting these areas will not only attract attention to your establishment but also help set it apart.
Exit signs and emergency lights help ensure guest safety when an emergency occurs. These usually have to follow building codes and will vary depending on location.