Guest Room Inspection Checklist - NI Tourism

This Guest Room Inspection Checklist from NI Tourism will assist you in maintaining the highest standards for guests and staff members alike, while making them feel at home.

Guest Room Inspection Checklist - NI Tourism



General

1. Provide en-suite bedrooms for visitors.


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2. Provide a daily cleaning service of rooms when visitors are resident.


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3. Be capable of making breakfast available to visitors. This may be cooked or continental, or as an alternative you can provide breakfast supplies, a breakfast bag, or vouchers for a local establishment.


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4. Be safe, of durable construction, in good repair and suitably designed.


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5. Be used exclusively or primarily for the provision of sleeping accommodation for visitors, in separate en-suite bedrooms.


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6. Be kept clean, in good decorative order and well maintained throughout. This includes outdoor areas, grounds and car parking.


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7. Have an entrance hall with reception desk for arriving visitors.


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Visitor Bedrooms

1. Bedrooms must be designated so that they can be easily identified, e.g. with numbers, or letters on doors. Bedroom doors may be located on the exterior wall of the establishment, motel-style.


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2. Visitors’ bedrooms should be of adequate size to cater for the number of guests that the room is intended to hold.


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3. Suitable locking devices on any door opening onto a corridor or the outside of the accommodation: two on the interior of the door and one on the exterior.


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4. At least two electrical outlets for attaching electrical equipment.


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5. A bed or beds for each visitor, with interior sprung mattress or suitable equivalent.


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6. A supply of clean linen, blankets or duvets and pillows. Mattress protectors and pillow protectors are strongly recommended to help you to meet cleanliness requirements.


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7. Furniture, fittings and equipment of good quality and condition for sleeping and toilet purposes and the storage of visitors’ clothes.


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8. This should include: Loose or built in units to include a wardrobe or cupboard.


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9. This should include: Dressing table.


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10. This should include: Mirror


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11. This should include: Drawer space for clothes.


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12. This should include: Bedside chair and table.


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13. This should include: Waste bin.


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14. This should include: A carpet or floor of suitable design.


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15. This should include: Window curtains or blinds for privacy and the exclusion of light. Where bedrooms overlook the road or any public area, privacy blinds or voiles are required.


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En-Suite Bathrooms

1. En-suite bathrooms must have a bath or shower, WC, and wash hand basin - all of which are of good quality and in good condition.


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2. Plumbing in all bathrooms should be in good working condition and can provide a continuous supply of hot and cold running water and the disposal of waste water.


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3. En-suite bathrooms must have direct or mechanical ventilation, i.e. an extractor fan or opening window.


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4. The bathroom must be equipped with: Mirror.


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5. The bathroom must be equipped with: Towel rail.


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6. The bathroom must be equipped with: Clothes hooks.


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7. The bathroom must be equipped with: Bathmat


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8. The bathroom must be equipped with: A supply of toiletries, including towels, soap and toilet paper


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Heating, Lighting & Ventilation

1. The accommodation should have effective means of natural lighting and ventilation.


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2. It should have a suitable heating system that can maintain a room temperature of at least 18.5 degrees Celsius, i.e. oil, gas, solar, electric or any other heating system.


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Management & Staff

1. The accommodation should be supervised by a person trained or experienced in the management of tourist accommodation.


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2. The accommodation should be staffed both in numbers and training to ensure appropriate standards of service at all reasonable times.


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