Designing a hotel's third space
from Hospitality Net
The third space describes a place where people congregate outside of the home (first space) and the office (second space). If you can engineer parts of a hotel — the lobby, the restaurant, the bar, the café, and so forth — as flourishing third spaces, then it will play to its advantage for both higher occupancy levels and hotel cachet.
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