10 Biggest Spa Development Mistakes

  1. Trying to be cutting edge but having no clear message
  2. Paying no attention to noise levels in quiet areas
  3. Being stuck with poorly designed, non-functional wet rooms
  4. Ending up with a shortage of storage space—almost all spas are short on storage
  5. Changing the designs and increasing the architectural fees proprtionately
  6. Having poor traffic flow or not enough circulation
  7. Getting carried away with non-revenue producing space
  8. Not planning for growth
  9. Forgetting the importance of laundry in the spa business
  10. Forging forward on design decisions without help from professionals experienced in the intricacies of spa operations

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