COST OF SETTTING UP FURNITURE FOR HOTELS

If you’re an aspiring hotel owner or a hotelier looking for furniture, fixtures & movables for your new hotel or wishing to replace the existing furniture at your hotel and you’re going either the local vendor route, importing hotel furniture, or directly sourcing from a manufacturer, you would have realized by now that it can be a confusing activity. 

What are the different furniture items at a hotel? What are they called? What are the different prices for them? How many variants are there? Well, we’re here to put most of the queries to rest so that you can be equipped to buy furniture for your hotel online, or at least half-online, so that you can see the furniture pieces & start engaging with a manufacturer or an exporter of hotel furniture today itself.

AVERAGE PRICES FOR HOTELS FURNITURE - ROOM, LOBBY & DINING AREAS

The price of furniture for hotels can vary wildly depending on a plethora of factors, chief among which are, whether the hotel is a 2 star, 3 star, 4 star or a 5 star hotel, customizations, whether the hotel owner is aiming for a particular theme, size of the hotel rooms, size of the hotel lobbies, total order size and a number of other deciding factors. 

Naturally, the prices listed here can be quite inaccurate since the furniture industry is largely scaterred and price of the furniture is dependent on designs which can be very subjective.

But we will try our best to approximate some of the prices for you so that your decision is informed and also the most suitable one for the success of your hotel.

PRICES OF HOTEL ROOM FURNITURE

Hotel rooms are by far the bulkiest furniture requirements at hotels, simply due to the sheer size of the number of rooms within a hotel. Additionally, bedroom furniture for hotels online, are also the ones with the lowest cost/unit since the quantities are so large.

In India, a standard budget hotel that will be in the 2-star to the 3-star range will be about 330sq ft in total space. The room itself will be about 250-300 sq ft. The standard price in this case, all things considered, will range between $1,250 at the bare minimum all the way up to $ 3,300. This price includes beds & bed frames, chairs, desks, coffee tables & wardrobes.

For 4-star hotels and a few 3-star hotels that are slightly fancy and a bit more commodious, the price of furniture/room can start at $2,000 and extend all the way up to $2,400.

Some of the presidential suites at 3 & 4-star hotels cover as much as 900 sq ft area and also span premium furniture pieces, the cost of which can extend all the way up to $5,000/Room. As you can see these numbers are pretty meaningless as the differences in quality & size of the hotel room can vary, this is why we’ll be dividing the prices of furniture for hotel rooms into these different components listed below.

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HOTEL BEDS & BEDFRAMES

By far the most heavily used and important furniture piece in any hotel room. These are made of engineered plywood in budget and affordable hotels or in dense solid wood like teak or mango wood in premium 3-4 star hotels.

Finished & polished to a shine, these really come into their own when they’re combined with a few high-quality headboards as well, Which is why most manufacturers share prices for them together.

A typical king-sized bedframe as listed to the left costs about $ 400 apiece but cheaper variants for budget hotels can cost as little as $ 220 apiece

A fancy headboard like the one on the left can cost as much as $ 125 but cheaper variants for budget hotels can cost as little as $45 apiece

HOTEL WARDROBES

Wardrobes in your hotel room, just like wooden beds also come mostly in engineered wood, which is mainly plywood or they come in their solid wood counterparts. Modern variants also come in steel & alloy hints combined with engineered wood.

Boutique hotels also opt for themed variants for wardrobes and in the overall outlay of hotel room furniture, these are probably the second highest contributor.

Cheaper variants as listed to the top right can cost as little as $180 & the more expensive ones, as listed towards the bottom can cost as much as $420  apiece. Further customizations like adding a luggage rack can take the cost up to $ 580 in a few cases as well.

A fancy headboard like the one on the left can cost as much as $120 but cheaper variants for budget hotels can cost as little as $50 apiece

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SIDE TABLES & END TABLES

Side tables and end tables are both relatively small pieces of furniture and do not contribute to a major portion of your total hotel room furniture outlay, but they can have a make or break impact on your hotels’ interiors since the first two furniture pieces were more utilitarian, these are mainly stylistic.

End tables can cost as little as $ 120 and the more expensive ones can even go up to $ 310Side tables, also often referred to as nightstands are relatively inexpensive and nowadays, these are mostly done with metal engravings, even though they’re slightly expensive.

These can cost anywhere between $130 for a set of 2, all the way up to $360 for a set of 2

COFFEE TABLES

Popularly used both in hotel rooms as well as part of the furniture at hotel lobby areas, coffee tables are driven largely by styles rather than materials. Few trends of coffee tables these days are coffee tables in Industrial styles, modern-rustic styles etc.  

A slightly modernized wooden coffee table, which is what is preferred by most hotel businesses will set you back about $80, although cheaper ones are also available.

Coffee tables in stylistic designs, made using sleek materials and marble can go up to $210 for a single unit.

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DRESSERS & OTHER HOTEL CASEGOODS

The types of case goods within a hotel room can be endless, for more information, visit this page on hospitality case goods  

We’ll conclude with our last two case good furniture pieces, Study Desks, and Dressers.

Study desks are also skipped in many hotels but almost all premium, luxury & presidential suites have a study desk. These can cost anywhere between $120 for a simple study desk, all the way up to $310 for a more comprehensive one.

Dressers are always found in a hotel room and they tend to be the most commodious of them all. These are best contrasted with different colors. Cheaper dressers are sold for as little as $ 130 while premium & larger dressers with ornate carvings can sell for as much as $400

The prices for these are pretty much identical to the prices of restaurant furniture. As the only difference here is that they are within a hotel.

There are only a handful of differences though, buffet areas tend to use live stations like carts and live stations that are typically not used in a restaurant. A standard live station cart like the one to the left costs about $ 100

DINING FURNITURE FOR HOTELS - BUFFET AREA FURNITURE

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HOTEL LOBBY FURNITURE

Just like room furniture, hotel lobby furniture is also extremely subjective and inconclusive. Instead, we will be the prices of a products that are present at hotel lobbies.

3-Seater Chesterfield Couch in Solid Wood Frame and Dark Blue Velvet Upholstery with Brass Feet Caps

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Velvet Upholstered Tuxedo Chesterfield Lounge Chair in Graphite with Brass Feet Caps

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VERIFYING PRICES FOR HOSPITALITY FURNITURE

As you may have experienced thus far, prices for hotel furniture are quite varied and unpredictable. No amount of reading & research can substitute the good’ol practices of putting yourself out there in the market, reading the intentions of any given vendor or contract manufacturer of hotel furniture, and understanding how best they can fulfill your requirement. 

These prices are merely indicative and they do not substitute the effort required to ascertain the actual prices of furniture, fixtures, and movables that you require.

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