Room modules as guest rooms

Conversions entail a loss in income for hotel owners. To keep the construction period for the new east wing as short as possible, Hotel Bad Horn AG opted for an extension with 42 guest rooms in a timber modular construction.

The spacious hotel rooms and suites in the east wing satisfy modern comfort standards. The ground floor features a lobby with a bar and a new restaurant. What makes the guest rooms special is their construction method. 29 room modules were produced at our plant. The prefabrication of some of the special rooms and suites was handed over to our partner Krattinger Holzbau from Amriswil. All the room and suite modules were fully fitted out during production: flooring and tiling, heating, interior finishing and even balconies. This left only a few fittings and furnishings to be assembled on site. Even the dimensions of the modules are extraordinary. Measuring 5.3 m wide, 9 m long and 3 m high, they are some of the widest modules we have ever produced. Their over-sized dimensions meant they needed specialised transport to the construction site.

Project details

Client:
Bad Horn AG
Architecture:
Thomas Mauchle
Project type:
Hotels and restaurants
Construction type:
Modular construction
Services:
General contractor services (GC)
Construction:
2019-2020
Locality:
Horn, Switzerland
Spacious guest room at the Hotel Bad Horn; with a double bed, large windows and a balcony

The hotel rooms in the newly converted east wing offer a spacious living area and plenty of comfort.

Shower in a guest room at the Hotel Bad Horn, with grey tiles, glass doors and a white washbasin

The wet rooms for the room modules were fully fitted out in our factory.

Lounge and bar at the Hotel Bad Horn with red sofas and armchairs, and indirect overhead lighting

The tastefully furnished lobby bar in the new east wing at Hotel Bad Horn.

Interior view of the restaurant at the Hotel Bad Horn with dark green chairs, laid tables, dark wooden flooring and large windows

The Wave restaurant in the extended wing of the hotel offers guests a fine dining experience.

View of a guest room at Hotel Bad Horn with a double bed, large windows and a balcony overlooking Lake Constance

The new hotel rooms are made from prefabricated timber modules. The flooring and tiling, heating, interior finishing and even the balcony were pre-fitted at our factory.

View of the bar at Hotel Bad Horn with red bar stools, seen through the porthole in the door

The red accents extend throughout the entire hotel extension.

Interior view of a guest room at Hotel Bad Horn with a double bed, a red bench and a dark-coloured wardrobe in the background.

A total of 42 spacious and comfortable guest rooms have been created in the new east wing at Hotel Bad Horn.

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