A hotel floor plan is a birds-eye view diagram drawn to the scale of hotel rooms and other facilities. It depicts the relationships between rooms, as well as objects and spaces within those rooms. Hotel floor plans often include labels of important elements, as well as measurements so that viewers can better understand the scale of and distances between objects.
If you already have a deep enough understanding of the floor plan and need hotel floor plan templates, you can go directly to the first part. But if you want to learn how to design, just click on the sencond part.
If you have known how to make a hotel floor plan, and what makes a great one, here are 6 templates that you can use as inspiration to create your very own hotel floor plan. Each of these includes elements that are unique to their specific purpose or room type. As you can imagine, a hotel covers a wide variety of rooms and venues, including banquet halls, guest rooms and gardens. Our diagrams cover the lot!
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|2-Floor Hotel Floor Plan||Emergency Evacuation Floor Plan||Modern Hotel Floor Plan|
|Large Hotel Suite Floor Plan||Hotel Garden Floor Plan||Hotel Floor Plan Flyer|
1. 2-Floor Hotel Floor Plan
This is an example of a 2-floor hotel floor plan. The first floor of the hotel usually consists of a lobby. In this example, there are several conference rooms, a ballroom and a kitchen. On the second floor, we have an assembly and activity room, food and beverage outlets, a kitchen, and several senate and executive rooms.
2. Hotel Emergency Evacuation Floor Plan
No matter what kind of hotel you’re staying at, the one thing they all have in common is they must have emergency exits. This floor plan is labeled with green arrows showing all of the safe passageways throughout the floorplan, while red arrows show the safe exit points.
3. Modern Hotel Floor Plan
Many modern hotels have facilities such as a courtyard, gym, and swimming pool. This hotel floor plan is an example of such a hotel.
4. Large Hotel Suite Floor Plan
Hotel rooms come in all shapes and sizes. This is a floor plan of a large hotel suite, complete with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room, a kitchen, a study, and two balconies. An example of what luxury might look like!
5. Hotel Garden Floor Plan
A hotel garden is one of the best places for guests to relax and take in some fresh air. Here is an example of a hotel garden floor plan, complete with ponds, trees, plants, park benches, and many other elements you’d expect to find in a garden.
6. Hotel Floor Plan Flyer
Printing the floor plan of the hotel suite on the hotel leaflet can intuitively let customers know what the room type is, and there are detailed icons showing what facilities are in the room, such as the number of bathrooms and whether there are multiple bedrooms.
So, how can you make a hotel floor plan? EdrawMax is here to help you! Here are some important guidelines to remember when creating your own floor plan.
- Create a design that has ample space for foot traffic.
- Keep in mind the layout and placement of rooms. For example, don’t place bathrooms in front of dining rooms.
- Always have health and safety at the forefront of your planning. Don’t disregard these for the sake of aesthetics.
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With these in mind, follow these simple five steps to create your very own hotel floor plan in EdrawMax.
First, start with the walls. Drag and drop the Wall symbol from the library. Use the walls to create an outline of the room that you are creating. Walls can also be used to create partitions between rooms, enabling you to create multiple rooms or spaces. Keep scale in mind when creating these spaces.
Use the Text function found in the top toolbar to input text into the diagrams. A good floor plan is one that is clearly labeled so that the reader knows where each room is, and what each space represents.
Adjust the thickness, scale, units, and precision of the walls. Outer walls should be thicker, while partition walls can be represented using a thinner wall symbol. EdrawMax comes equipped with both types of walls for your convenience.
Add windows, structure & kitchen, dining room symbols, and other important elements that need to be represented on your diagram.
Use the Space tool to determine the dimensions of each room. Doing this for each room in your floor plan will let you know how much space you are taking up. It is also a great tool to use to make sure that you don’t go over the allotted amount of space that you are given.
Then, you get your own final hotel floor plan!
A great hotel takes many months and years of careful planning. Hotel floor plans are a great tool for designers to use when deciding on every fine detail that makes a great hotel experience. Follow this guide to create your own hotel floor plan with the help of our step-by-step guide and sample diagrams!
So why choose EdrawMax? As you can see from the diagrams above, EdrawMax comes equipped with a plethora of symbols and diagrams, including all of the templates that you see above. Give it a try, and find out just how easy creating hotel floor plans can be! Also, it contains substantial built-in templates that you can use for free, or share your hotel floor plan templates with others in our template community.