What is a store room?
A store room is a room that is used for storing items that you don't need to have immediate access to. They're usually found near the back of a building or property, and are often underground. Store rooms typically contain things like furniture, machines, and other large pieces of equipment. They can also be used as storage for tools, materials and supplies.
What are examples of store rooms?
A store room is a place in which to store items. The items that are stored in a store room may be food, clothes, or any other type of product.
In hotels, store rooms are used by multiple departments. For example, if there is restaurant on the hotel property, then the chef may use this space to store dry ingredients such as spices and grains. They may also have a store room for extra kitchen and restaurant equipment. Store rooms are also used in the Rooms Division by the laundry team to maintain linen inventory and housekeeping supplies. Store rooms help keep these assets out of sight and out of mind of their guests to ensure a happy experience.