The primary function attributed to hotel rooms is that of a bedroom and as such, lighting and resultant glare are not considered to be problematic for these spaces.
The only exception to this is where designated additional office space is provided. In these circumstances it is the role of the assessor to determine if individual spaces should be determined as ‘relevant building areas’ in accordance with guidance provided.
Glare control criteria apply to building areas where lighting and resultant glare could be problematic for users.
This KBCN aligns with KBCN0666 from UKNC 2014