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5 * STAR CITY HOTEL -PUBLIC ENTRY

Luggage Room

Provide a secure room for temporary storage of guest luggage.

Size/Area: Minimum 20 m2 (215 sq. ft.) with 0.9 m (3 ft.)
wide access door

Luggage Carts: 60 x 120 cm (2 x 4 ft.). Maintain clearance and stacking capacity in room and adjacent space.

Interior Features: Provide a counter / podium near the interior of the Lobby Entrance to support hotel staff assisting guests with arrivals, departures and luggage.
• Location: Position counter / podium immediately adjacent to interior entrance to Luggage Room for efficient handling of luggage, for visual supervision of arriving / departing guests at Lobby Entrance and with visual contact with Front Desk (if possible). • Size: Minimum 0.6 m (2 ft.) wide by 1 m (3'-4") long.
• Counter / Podium: Design with lockable drawers, shelves, and include spaces for luggage tags, pens, pencils, paper, and small trash container.
• Telephone outlet. <13C>
• Lighting: Task lighting at counter with control switch.
• Finishes: Fabricate counter / podium using millwork and stone / granite countertop to complement entrance and lobby finishes.

Accessible direct from exterior and interior from Lobby.
• Position directly adjacent to interior Bellman counter / podium and exterior Car Valet Station.
• Conceal view into Luggage Room from guest (from exterior entry and interior Lobby).
• Where possible, provide a service corridor from the Luggage Room to the service elevator to avoid
transporting luggage through the Lobby.
• Provide a space or alcove, adjacent to Luggage Room and near the Bell Station, to conceal empty luggage carts to avoid visual clutter at the Lobby Entrance

 

 
 
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