Designing for the landscape: How the hospitality industry incorporates nature into its architecture

The hospitality industry has long been known for its ability to create immersive experiences for guests. From luxurious resorts nestled in the mountains to serene beachfront retreats, hotels and resorts have always sought to provide a connection to the natural world. However, in recent years, there has been a significant shift in the way the industry approaches architecture and design, with a growing emphasis on integrating nature into the very fabric of the built environment. This focus on harmonizing with nature has given rise to a range of accommodations that showcase the expertise of the hospitality industry in designing the landscape.

Gone are the days when a cookie-cutter hotel room was the norm. Today, hotels and resorts are pushing the boundaries of design, offering guests a diverse range of accommodations that blend seamlessly with their surroundings. Villas, executive suites, and domes are just a few examples of innovative designs that can be found in today’s hospitality landscape.

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Jasmeet Kochhar