Hotel accommodations are a strategic part of tourism, a sector that generates significant economic activity. In today’s highly competitive environment, with an increasingly demanding and selective clientele, the sector is being reinvented: hotels no longer simply offer accommodation and good service; they invite their guests to engage in special, unique experiences.
How people travel has changed radically: accommodations, from low-cost to luxury, need to stand out from the competition. In this context, the interior design of those spaces plays a crucial role in the value chain of the hotel business.
The Postgraduate in Interior Design for Hotels and New Hostelling is designed to offer a specialization in the sector from a comprehensive and responsible, creative and innovative perspective. Your design of hotel accommodations isn’t just about distributing spaces and creating attractive atmospheres; it’s also about analysing new habits, researching and developing original concepts.
The profile of students in the Postgraduate in Interior Design for Hotels and New Hostelling includes creative people with specialized technical knowledge who want to respond to the challenges brought about by new forms of accommodation.
Access and Admission Requirements: Applicants should have an official university degree or equivalent in a discipline related to space design. Knowledge of 3D software applied to interior design is necessary.