Hotel Design, Planning and Development

ISBN-10: 0393730557

ISBN-13: 9780393730555

Edition: 2001

Authors: Walter A. Rutes, Lawrence Adams, Richard H. Penner

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Book details

List price: $100.00
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/17/2001
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 336
Size: 9.25" wide x 11.50" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 4.290
Language: English

Lawrence Adams, AIA, Vice President of ForrestPerkins, has managed and directed the design of large-scale development projects at major architectural and planning firms over the last thirty-five years. A global authority on hotel and resort design, Mr. Adams served as adjunct faculty at New York University for nine years teaching graduate courses on Hotel Design and Development. He also co-authored Hotel Design, Planning and Development (2001) with Walter Rutes and Richard Penner. Among his most significant projects are the New York Four Seasons Hotel, the RIGHA Royal Hotel, Chambers Hotel, The Westin Beach Resort & Spa, Fort Lauderdale, and the National Headquarters of the Marine Corps Reserve.

Color Portfolio
Acknowledgments
Foreword
Preface
Hotel Types
Overview
Evolutionary Tree
Varieties
Genealogy
Classifications
Planning and Design Considerations
Hotel Milestones
Downtown Hotels
Downtown Business and Tourist Hotels
Development and Planning Considerations
Design Considerations
'Sense of Place and Theater'
Public Spaces
Guestrooms
Adaptive Reuse
Trends
Boutique Hotels
Size
Luxury to Economy
Modern and Traditional
New Construction and Renovation
Independent to Chain
Quirky Amenities and Gimmicks
'More than a Place to Sleep'
Design and Planning Considerations
Trends
Downtown Entertainment Hotels
Downtown Waterfront Hotels
Suburban Hotels
Roadside Hotels and Motels
Trends
Airport Hotels
Planning and Design Considerations
Office Park Hotels
Country Inns and Bed and Breakfast Inns
Country Inn/BandB Categories
Hybrids and Other Suburban Inns
Mall Hotels
University Hotels
Small Town Hotels
Planning and Design Considerations
Trends
Resorts
Beach, Golf, and Tennis Resorts
Planning Considerations
Design Considerations
Environmental Considerations
Significant Examples
Spa Resorts
Development and Planning Considerations
Design Considerations
Significant Examples
Trends
Vacation Villages
Development Considerations
Planning Considerations
Design Considerations
Significant Examples
Trends
Vacation Ownership and Condominium Resorts
Significant Examples
Condominium Resorts
Trends
Marina Hotels
Planning and Design Considerations
Significant Examples
Trends
Ski Resorts
Development and Planning Considerations
Design Considerations
Significant Examples
Trends
Ecotourist Resorts
Ecological Responsibility
Main-line Ecotourism
Trends
Multiresort Destination Complexes
Resort Theme Parks
Influences
Planning Methodology
Development Considerations
Significant Examples
Trends
Cruise Ships
Trends
Convention Hotels
Planning and Design Considerations
Downtown Convention Hotels
Convention Center Headquarters Hotels
Suburban or Resort Convention Hotels
Planning Public Areas
Trends
Conference Centers
The Small Meetings Market
Conference Center Types: Executive, Resort, Corporate, University, and Not-for-Profit Centers
Planning and Design Considerations
Significant Examples
Trends
Residential and Condominium Hotels
Development and Planning Considerations
Design Considerations
Significant Examples
Trends
All-suite and Extended-stay Hotels
Planning and Design Considerations
Significant Examples
Residential Trends
Trends
Super-luxury Hotels
Design Considerations
Public Spaces
Guestrooms and Suites
Back-of-house Areas
'Four Seasons Hotel New York, Luxury on 57th Street'
Development and Planning Considerations
Trends
Updating Existing Hotels
Renovations
Restorations
Additions
Adaptive Re-use
Trends
Mega-hotels
Planning and Design Considerations
Significant Examples
Trends
Mixed-use Developments
Mixed-use Complexes
Development and Planning Considerations
Design Considerations
Significant Examples
Trends
Planned Community Developments
Senior and Assisted-living Residences
Continuing-care Retirement Communities
Development and Planning Considerations
Design Considerations
Trends
Medical Hotels
Casino Hotels
Development Considerations
Planning and Design Considerations
The Casino Gaming Floor
Significant Examples
Trends
Design Guide
Site and Master Planning
Resort Sites
Suburban Sites
Urban Sites
Analyzing the Project Site
Developing the Master Plan
Trends
The Guestroom Floor
Analyzing Alternative Plan Configurations: Slab, Tower, Atrium Configurations
Defining the Guestroom and Suite Program
Documenting the Guestroom Mix
Guestroom and Suite Design
Establishing Design Criteria
Room Dimensions and Configurations
Designing the Individual Guestroom
Suites
Accessible Guestroom/Universal Design
Guest Bathroom
Guestroom Equipment and Technology
Proposing the Guestroom FFandE Budget
Trends
Public Space Design
Arrival
Lobby
'Hotel Public Space'
Food and Beverage Outlets
Program and Planning Objectives
Design Objectives
Function Space
Program and Planning Objectives
Design Criteria
Recreation Facilities
Parking
Signage and Iconographics: Uniforms, Tabletop, Art and Artifacts
Administration and Back-of-house Design
Administration Offices
Food Preparation and Storage Areas
Receiving, Trash, and General Storage Areas
Employee Areas
Laundry and Housekeeping
Engineering and Mechanical Areas
Technical Coordination
Types of Professional Services Agreements
Budgeting, Estimating, and Cost Control
Technical Guides
Architectural and Engineering Systems
Building and Life-safety Codes
Special Systems
Information Processing
Telecommunications
Energy Control
Life-safety Systems
'The Sensible Application of High Technology to Hotel Design'
Security Systems
Audio and Video Systems
Construction
Project Delivery
Construction Schedule
Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment
Development Guide
Development Planning
Project Sequence
Feasibility Analysis
Facilities Programming
'Development Software'
Prototype Development
Hotel Management
Rooms Department
Housekeeping Department
Food and Beverage Department
Human Resources Department
Accounting Department
Marketing and Sales Department
Property Operations Department
Multi-unit Operations
Future Development
Innovative Trends
'Spacetels and Marinetels'
Memorable Spaces
Appendices
Environmental Planning Checklist
Budget Coordination Checklist
Hotel Classifications
Ten-year Forecast of Net Operating Income
Market Trend Checklist
International Hotel and Travel Organizations
Bibliography
Illustration List and Idea Finder
List of Properties and Credits
Index
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