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Hotel Outdoor Furniture

Purchasing outdoor hotel furniture 

It can be a simple task if you do your research beforehand and you know what you are looking for. If you’re planning to entertain your hotel guests outdoors, you will have to focus on comfortable exterior furniture. It doesn’t matter if you own a hotel B&B or vacation rental, the following key aspects can help you make the best decision.

Hotel Outdoor Furniture

Hotel outdoor furniture & materials


When it comes to materials, there are plenty of high grade commercial outdoor furniture materials you can select from. The goal is to focus on durability, resistance, and comfort. Some of the most common materials are resin, wood, metal, and rattan.
Each material has its pros and cons. Wood requires a decent amount of maintenance, but at the same time, it can help you achieve a very warm look. Also, if you choose a wood that works well outdoors such as teak, you can rest assured it will look great for many years to come, if given the right care and maintenance.

Hotel outdoor furniture can also be made of rattan or synthetic wicker. If you choose this material, make sure the wicker strands have the right formulation to withstand UV rays. Otherwise, you will soon be dealing with problems such as breakage and unraveling. If the wicker does not have the right formulation and it is exposed to environmental elements in addition to high traffic, it will not last very long. However, commercial outdoor furniture made from rattan is also one of the most comfortable types of furniture. At Aretto Commercial, we make sure that all of our woven material has the right formulation and specifications for high traffic outdoor use.

Aluminum can also be a great choice when it comes to selecting outdoor hotel furniture. It is lightweight, easy to move around, and arrange. Another benefit of aluminum is that it will not rust. The downside is that it might get moved around if there is a lot of wind. Our commercial-grade furniture is made with thicker frames, which makes the pieces heavier and more sturdy.

Hotel outdoor furniture & space


Before you choose the outdoor furniture for your hotel, you need to take a good look at the space you are working with. You also want to have a clear understanding of the purpose of your space. For example, is it going to be a lounge area? Do you need tables that can be easily stored away or set up for smaller and larger parties? Do you host a lot of events in this area? Do you need your chairs to be stackable or foldable? You also need to carefully calculate the space for people to walk around freely. There is nothing worse than an overly crowded space, but you also want to make sure you make the most out of it.

Hotel outdoor furniture & table tops


When choosing outdoor hotel furniture you also have to pay close attention to the table tops you choose if you are furnishing a restaurant. Choosing the right table tops can save you a lot of money in the long run. You want to choose table tops that are waterproof since it is inevitable that customers will spill drinks on them. You also want to make sure that the tops are scratch proof and easy to clean. Your servers should be able to clean the tops with a damp cloth and they should be ready for the next group of customers in no time. Some of the most popular tabletop materials are glass, resin, wood, synthetic wood, solid aluminum, aluminum slats, and Werzalit. If you choose a glass top, make sure you choose tempered glass to ensure safety.

Hotel outdoor furniture should be versatile, extremely resistant, simple to maintain and above all, comfortable. We can help you find the best solution for your business based on your needs before you make this investment. We encourage you to reach out to us with any questions you might have concerning commercial outdoor furniture. We are here to help you!

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