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There are a huge number of variables in such a question. For one thing, will it have a restaurant? What about a banquet or conference facility? Does it need a swimming pool or a gym? Is there a large lobby lounge?
According to USAToday, the average hotel room is roughly 325 square feet with interior dimensions of approximately 13'x25' (including a full bathroom). In the United States, the average hotel will have 115 rooms and require around 48,000 square feet.
Interestingly enough, a survey conducted by "Luxury and Resort Travel" found that the top amenities in most hotels were those "en suite" or available in the room rather than on the grounds. Because of this, we will consider the construction of a hotel with "Mid Priced" rooms, a lobby lounge, and the facilities to administer 24-hour room service.
The building of hotel requires an architect or an architectural firm, a knowledgeable contractor, a team of subcontractors, and a cooperative developer/owner to get the job done in a reasonable time frame.
What is included:
Most owners rely on both an architect and a contractor, and the architect will require an additional sum totaling approximately 17% of the building budget;
(325 square feet. Room: 13'x25', full bathroom. 115 rooms)
Cost to build the average hotel may vary depending on the state or city. Get free estimates from builders in your city.