With a focus on high-quality British craftsmanship, the updated 2021 range of hospitality furniture includes several lines designed to exceed industry testing standards required by hotel chains as well as a consideration to the unique pressures the industry has faced since the beginning of the global pandemic.
All products including their technical specifications can be viewed at https://www.burgessfurniture.com
Burgess furniture has over 60 years of production experience and advocates for the specific needs of the hospitality industry, understanding that their customers strive to deliver high-quality guest experiences while juggling material quality, the lifetime cost of depreciating assets, and now even considerations towards improved health and safety. The updated line of hotel furniture caters to the needs of small and large establishments seeking to maximise safety for their patrons and guests.
The durability and compliance requirements of all furnishings which may be subjected to increased cleaning frequencies or changes to chemical treatments is a question that has placed significant strain on hotels and other venues. With this in mind, Burgess furniture has included a guide to choosing furniture which is suitable for updated pandemic procedures with its 2021 range.
The guide includes advice to venues on how to adapt and configure a hospitality space to make it more secure during the pandemic, and how to select appropriate furniture including hard surfaces, fabrics, size, and flexibility so spaces can be reconfigured as regulations change.
Burgess furniture offers its clients professional advice within the hotel furniture industry, and several case studies are available to be viewed on the website including refits at Marriott and Grand Plaza hotel locations.
The British furniture brand states that they pride themselves on offering a balance between great design and exceptional functionality – and recognises that the low-price driven design models of the consumer furniture market are not always suitable for the hospitality industries unique needs.
The 2021 range includes furniture for hotel rooms, meeting and conference rooms, events and dining and casual seating including reconfigurable modules for lobbies and other flexible spaces.
Current managing director, Jeremy Burgess, has been working full time with the company since 1977 and works to maintain the companies values including full family ownership and production within Britain, to ensure the furniture meets their standards for a local production focus and for delivering high ongoing quality, which is the company’s core ethical value.
According to a spokesperson for the company, “At Burgess we pride ourselves on offering the hospitality industry furniture which couples great designs and exceptional functionality to fit our customer’s needs.”
The 2021 updated product brochure, information on pandemic-safe product selection, case studies and range information can be viewed on the company website https://www.burgessfurniture.com
Burgess Furniture LTD
Burgess Furniture LTD
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