Hello and thank you for watching VisiHow. Today's tutorial will discuss how to create and develop a Room Inspection Checklist. The room inspection is a very important part of the guest service cycle in a hotel, since it ensures that the guest room is prepared, clean and ready for the next guest. If you do not have a room inspection checklist already printed, we do recommend that you create one. The room inspection is typically carried out by one of the members of the management team twice per day shift. If you have a morning shift and an afternoon shift, you should have one manager, such as the guest services manager or the reception manager, who goes to inspect two rooms during their shift. They will complete one of these checklists for each room. The room inspection checklist has four basic elements.
We can add a blank for the housekeeper's name as well
The housekeeper's name is important to have for quality control. If we do have a housekeeper who is consistently not meeting their standards or consistently making the same mistake, we may need to take some action related to that employee.
These include the guest room entrance, outside doors and Windows, beds, furniture and general area, amenities, lighting, appliances and heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems
As well, it should include the bathroom. These are all possible categories, or we could create some that are completely different. Any way that helps to compartmentalize and break down this task will be useful because it is quite a large task.
Then, for instance, if there is a scratch on the entrance door that needs to be taken care of, we could place a circle around the word "No", signifying that this standard is not met, and some action needs to be taken