Hotel Furniture

Hotel furniture is needed for public areas, including reception, lounge, dining and bar areas, and private spaces, mainly bedrooms. Hotel furniture can also be needed for meeting rooms, conference/wedding suite as well as spas, pool and outdoor areas. The Contract Chair Company can provide furniture for all of these spaces.

Well-chosen hotel reception and hotel lounge furniture provides a good opportunity to emphasise a hotel’s design theme. Other than design, considerations include comfort, robustness and maintenance. It’s often a surprise to realise the importance of the design of the back of seating - which is often the first thing guests see.

Hotel restaurants face identical challenges to independent restaurant operators (see our Restaurant Tables & Chairs Buyer’s Guide) and also must ensure the furniture complements the hotel as a whole. 

In terms of Hotel Table Sizes the right table size depends on how many covers are required on each table and what the table is used for. Drinking requires less space than quick meals; fine dining requires the most space, to allow enough room for side plates and additional crockery & cutlery. For more info read our Hospitality Table Size Guide here.

Hotel bedroom furniture usually consists of a desk chair, anything from a stool to a swivel chair, as well as at least one occasional chair. Our usual request is for a chair that makes a design statement but doesn’t have a large space footprint.

Outdoor hotel furniture can include dining furniture and outdoor lounge seating, compact dining sets for balconies as well as sun loungers and other spa furniture.

Conference and wedding furniture usually has to be robust and easily stored - some chairs are stackable ten high.

  • Burnt red velvet sofa in the bedroom of the aparthotel room2 southampton
  • Velvet poufs accompany Fenix table tops scattered around green velvet banquettes and barstools with metal frames.
  • Contemporary furniture including red velvet poufs and white sofas in the hotel lobby of the Softitel Brussels
  • Soft pin wingback loung chairs and deep-buttoned poufs suround a marble coffee table to a woodland backdrop in the communal lounge of the hotel
  • Matador armchair in blue leather in a hotel dining room with a modern art deco brass fixtures and green banquettes

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relevant projects

  • Clayton Hotel - City of London

    Clayton Hotel - City of London

    The hotel’s design is smart yet charismatic. Inspired by Victorian textile warehouses and intended to reflect the neighbourhood’s fascinating fusion of East End tradition and contemporary creativity, the interiors exude an elegant yet casual charm with a hint of history.

  • Jin, Dorsett Hotel - Shepherd's Bush

    Jin, Dorsett Hotel - Shepherd's Bush

    Cassie Nicholas, winner of the BBC's Interior Design Masters has designed Jin, a great place to kick back on a Komodoro, cocktail held aloft, gazing upward at the impressive atrium.

  • Manor House Lindley - Huddersfield

    Manor House Lindley - Huddersfield

    Winner of Hotel Interior Design at the Northern Design Awards 2018, this AA 5 Gold* Hotel is a fantastic example of an independent boutique hotel.

  • room2 Southampton

    room2 Southampton

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  • Hilton Puckrup Hall - Tewkesbury

    Hilton Puckrup Hall - Tewkesbury

    "...inspiration is drawn from the colours and textures of the nearby countryside, coupled with a contemporary take on the warmth, comfort and welcome of a well-appointed country house"

  • Mercure Bowden Hall - Gloucester

    Mercure Bowden Hall - Gloucester

    Marble table tops with hairpin bases and lounge chairs with textured fabrics are just some of the luxuriant details in this hotel design.

relevant blog posts

  • Creating Hotel Interiors with Home Comforts: room2 Interview

    Creating Hotel Interiors with Home Comforts: room2 Interview

    Aparthotels are on the rise but what exactly are they and why are they so appealing? We speak to room2, to discover why consumer behaviour is changing & how good hotel interior design is improving the user experience of hotels.

  • Hotel Furniture Buyers Guide

    Hotel Furniture Buyers Guide

    From bedroom desk chairs, easy chairs to stools & sofas, hotel furniture has many different requirements; view tips for receptions, restaurants & bedrooms.

  • Seat Heights & Table Heights

    Seat Heights & Table Heights

    Table base heights are often decided after a seat is selected. If you want the diner's legs to fit under the table you must leave 250-300mm of space between the top of the chair seat and the bottom of the table top. Get the correct measurements for dining, counter & poseur heights with this diagram

  • Hospitality Table Size Guide

    Hospitality Table Size Guide

    The right table size depends on how many covers are required on each table and what the table is used for; fine dining or drinking will differ. Drinking requires less space than quick meals; fine dining requires the most space. To calculate how many covers will fit in a restaurant use this diagram.

  • Getting Barstool Heights Right

    Getting Barstool Heights Right

    Most designers are concerned with the overall seat height of a barstool, but the dimensions to and from the foot rail play a crucial role in the comfort of a barstool. We've found the following dimensions ideal for contract use.

  • Marble Table Tops - Everything You Need To Know

    Marble Table Tops - Everything You Need To Know

    Marble table tops are extremely popular in restaurants, bars & hotels. This is everything you need to know about marble tops from acid etching to edge profiles.