Hotels and resorts have their own ways to make their properties more appealing to the market. If you are advocating greenery and environmental awareness, however, you can do this by building something that is not usually found in hospitality establishments — a greenhouse garden.
Building a greenhouse garden is something that will engage your patrons (if you plan planting or gardening activities) or help them set up a party (if you want it to become a venue). Regardless, it is a worthy investment and addition to your facilities. Here are some pointers, as recommended by leading commercial greenhouse manufacturers.
The site should be the first factor here. If you still have space, you may decide to have a separate and freestanding facility for the greenhouse. Otherwise, you can attach it to one of your facilities. For one, you can turn it into an extension of your cafeteria. Make sure that the facility has access to water and sunlight.
The Environment’s Condition
The greenhouse is normally warm, but you should have a total control over its environmental settings. You can leave as it is if you want your plants to thrive, but you can still make some adjustments to make it comfortable for guests. For one, you may have air conditioners. Open windows can also do the trick.
Another important factor is the look of the garden. Primarily, it should be in line with your resort’s existing theme. You can have landscaped; popular themes include Victorian and Japanese Zen. You may choose to include water features, such as ponds, fountains, and even an indoor pool!
These are just some of the things that you can do if you want to build a greenhouse garden. You should pick the right contractors and partners to get the most out of this project.