Hotel Design Trends 2023

Design trends are reshaping the hospitality industry as shifts in guest priorities have changed. As we look past COVID-19 the hotel industry looks forward to redefining what’s important. Guests are shown to be swaying towards spaces that are flexible, multi-purpose, and less defined. 

Here are four of the top hotel design trends of 2023! 



Bleisure- blending business and leisure, has boomed in the past years as employees realize the practicality and ease of working remotely. With flexible work hours and only a connection to the internet, guests are combining work with leisure, ‘living’ on vacation. 

The hotel industry is working to offer new hyper-local environments that’ll encourage these types of guests to book longer stays as they immerse themselves into the hotel environment, both for business and relaxation. 


Glamping and Alternative Stays

Adventure seekers are out and about again craving unique experiences. Alternative stays are the perfect settings for an alternative travel experience. 

Offering unique accommodations, such as glamping, and remote locations, guests are choosing these types of spaces over traditional styled hotels and resorts. Being in touch with nature is another important positive with travel trends showing tourists are seeking outdoor spaces and activities. 


Co-Working Spaces 

Remote working spaces in a hotel are incredibly popular and will become a necessity in the future. Guests are researching establishments that have these spaces to be able to effectively work while on holiday.

Including communal working spaces, and reservable rooms give guests the option to work and socialize or work in their own space. Versatile spaces with plenty of natural light, electrical outlets, and brilliant wifi are all important components when designing your co-working space.


Urban Hotels and Resorts 

Guests are seeking ‘escapism’ of sorts and looking for places that include an array of facilities in an urban environment where one can ‘get away from it all. Included in these urban environments are rooftop areas open throughout the day and night, plenty of outdoor settings, and health and wellness-focused spa treatment and food options.

With many trends and directions, hospitality seems to be going through an exciting transitional phase, exciting guests, and encouraging travel.


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The article was written by Christine Fay Smith

“Christine is a freelance lifestyle writer. She focuses on interior and hospitality design. After graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Christine has embraced her knowledge of the visual world. She mixes this with passion for culture and the exploration of visual experiences.”

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