Style-savvy hoteliers will be descending on London’s Business Design Centre today for Sleep Show, bringing new innovations and eye-catching new designs to the market. We discover what not to miss at the annual exhibition.
Sleep, Europe’s hotel design and development event, returns for 2017 with the theme of ‘Loyalty: Lessons in Love’ shaping the direction of the two-day event on 21-22 November at the Business Design Centre in London.
In a collaboration with Ipsos Loyalty, a leader in customer experience, satisfaction and loyalty research, Sleep will uncover how to create amazing experiences that connect with customers emotionally and help to encourage customer loyalty.
The Sleep Set
The annual Sleep Set competition sees leading international design practices translate the theme into physical hotel environments and this year the global reach and cross-disciplinary portfolios of the four participants is assured to bring a wide spectrum of cultural, geographic and industry perspectives to the mix.
Sleep’s free-to-attend conference is promising an intriguing combination of panel discussions exploring emerging topics in the hotel design and development sector, roundtable conversations with leaders and influencers and the opportunity to hear from some of the industry’s most acclaimed contributors. Tristan Auer, whose seminal hotel projects include Les Bains and Hôtel de Crillon, will open the conference followed by sessions on the latest trends in F&B and a look at the hotel investment and development horizon.
On Day Two, visitors will be able to hear the Sleep Set designers make their case before a panel of judges and expert panels will consider “post cool” hotels and the meaning of slow design.
Exhibitors not to miss: