Resort Construction in the Post Pandemic Era

Author: James Adkins
Resort Construction

Resort Construction in the Post Pandemic Era

With the change globally that faces a post-pandemic world, construction in the hospitality sectors might seem to be an uncertain future. Fortunately, most countries are open for international travel again. Resorts and other tourist locations can open their doors and expand without fear of being shut down again, thanks to lifting restrictions and changing guidelines. But the world has forever been adjusted by the pandemic era of the last three years. Resort construction has not remained unscathed by this. While projects themselves continue to be created successfully, the method of building the projects and the purpose for various aspects of the build have changed.

What is a Resort?

Mostly aimed at vacation populations, resorts pop up in heavy tourist areas, near the beach, or wherever it is plausible that large numbers of tourists will continue to arrive. Resorts offer luxury and entertainment that a regular hotel or vacationing experience doesn’t provide; when building a resort, or adding on to your resort, it is crucial to keep that in mind. Luxury, elegance, and entertainment is at the heart of the resort industry, and how you build will affect how people perceive your resort.

What’s Changing?

Beyond the appearance, the actual structure of what materials to use and how to creatively approach creating resorts have changed. Post-pandemic travelers notice what sort of countertops are in their rooms. They notice whether or not there are hand sanitizer stations in dining areas, air filters in shared spaces, options for outdoor entertainment when indoor entertainment seems too risky. To keep up with these new priorities, constructing a resort should take into consideration health benefits and opportunities to answer these worries in vacationing tourists’ minds.

How Should This Affect You?

By using antimicrobial finishes on your resort construction, providing outdoor areas and opportunities for outdoor entertainment, and prioritizing health guidelines, you will attract the post-pandemic customer who will be staying in modern resorts. Keeping up luxury while allowing for health guidelines can be a tricky balance. What once worked for the industry is now irrelevant; what works now takes skill and creativity to pull off. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be fruitful. More and more people are turning to resorts and vacation destinations to find relief from stress after a long three years. Many people now work completely from home, and thus they are more likely to take a vacation with their families and simply work from the resort room during off-hours. This increases the possibility that there will be more visitors to resorts than ever in coming years. Because of this, whether you are looking at building a resort yourself or adding onto an existing resort construction, it is crucial that you keep the priorities of your customer in mind.

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James Adkins

22 years in commercial, industrial, and residential construction roles solving a broad array of building, construction and real time application challenges.

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