When it comes time to renovate a hotel, employees, guests and owners alike take downtime and disruption into great consideration.
For this reason, the Beloit Inn, a Wisconsin-based boutique hotel, has undergone a complete overhaul with the end goal of generating as little disruption and downtime as possible, while still creating a new comfortable, luxurious look.
Since construction began in early May, Beloit Inn’s renovations have been successful – its lobby and meeting rooms were completely gutted, while remaining open to lodgers. The next phase of the restoration plan is to renovate all of the guest rooms, but only by closing six rooms at a time, according to an article in Beloit Daily News.
As a leading furniture asset management company, we understand the importance of fast, on-site renovations that create little disruption and allow establishments to remain open for business. For example, take our recent furniture refinishing and armoire conversion project at BEST WESTERN PLUS The Inn at King of Prussia, a 168-room property near Philadelphia.
In just 30 days, our experienced production crew remanufactured and restored headboards, nightstands, side chairs, benches, desks, micro fridge cabinets and armoires in 100 rooms throughout the property. Best of all, the hotel remained open to guests, as The Refinishing Touch team avoided any early morning or late night renovation work.
If your hotel is in need of an upgrade, you don’t have to sacrifice profits – especially during the bustling, profitable summer season. Contact us today – whether by email, Twitter or Facebook – to learn more about furniture renovations that are quick, cost-effective and non-disruptive.