Are you brave enough to try out the hotel room of the future? Everything is digitally controlled, including your own ideal temperature and individual light settings. Small-scale robots and your own Wi-Fi network provide the entertainment. Technology is changing fast. The Smart Room also keeps coming up with new features. Just the thing for tech-savvy guests.
Small, but perfectly formed. In a limited space, flexible furnishings and fittings are exactly what’s needed. You should see for yourself how well this works in the Modular Room. Another special feature is that you access this lab room through the sizeable bathroom.
Is it possible to design and equip a hotel room using only Swiss materials, products and workmanship? That’s exactly what we’re testing in this lab room. Who knows whether you’ll understand Switzerland better after spending a night in a thoroughly Swiss lab room!
Trying out your own concepts is an important part of studying at the Thun School of Hotel Management. The Future Hotelier Room is one of the hotel rooms where students implement their own ideas. The current room concept tests how a hotel room can be continuously modified without any conversions. Feedback is very welcome!
Better together! This room is another Future Hotelier Room and was designed as a diploma project by two student friends. The room is a base station for mutual excursions and cozy get-togethers. The flexible lounge furniture can be moved easily, so you have more space for wellness treatments or for the joint yoga practice.
How well do you sleep when the bed used to be a cupboard? How does a floor feel to you which, until recently, was used as a table? In the Upcycling Room, we test the reusability of materials and objects that accumulate when hotels are undergoing conversions.