Hotels are no longer static buildings, where guests come to sleep and have breakfast during a business or city trip. More often we see combinations of a short-stay and long-stay. Whether they are hotel buildings with a gym or flex workstations on one or several floors. Or conversely: office towers that are partly given a hotel or restaurant function, or food service facilities. Blurring enables multifunctional redesignation in the hospitality industry. And if you say ‘multifunctional redesignation’, you say Bulsink. Do you have a building project in the hospitality industry? We would be happy to contribute our cross-market building knowledge as well as our market-wide network.