Landor Teams with Comfort Hotel Brand to Refresh Its Look

Landor Teams with Comfort Hotel Brand to Refresh Its Look

Landor recently teamed with Comfort hotel to refresh its logo. The new logo moves away from the bright blue icon to a more digitally savvy 'C.'

Landor worked to create a symbol that would serve as a beacon to consumers, highlighting the changes that are taking place inside the hotels, from new lobbies to upgraded guest rooms. These bold decisions help reaffirm the brand as a leader in the upper midscale hospitality segment, while communicating the substantial investment that has been made to the more than 1,650 Comfort hotels nationwide.

A staple of the American hotel landscape, the Comfort brand needed a new identity that reflected its heritage yet expressed its modern, updated guest experience. Building on existing brand equities, Landor moved away from the prior bright blue logo in favor of a digitally savvy identity that stands on its own. Together, the new visual identity, typography, signage, and look and feel reflect the Comfort brand's positioning and brand promise: to help guests feel refreshed and ready to take on the day.

Nicknamed 'the embrace,' Comfort's logo literally portrays a 'C' and establishes a strong sense of place, space, and belonging. The logo functions as a beacon; the interior of the identity evokes a sense of warmth that invites customers in. The logo is designed to evolve and adapt as the brand continues to expand around the world.

"The Comfort brand's new identity will help pave a bold path forward. By focusing on the brand equity from its name and its yellow and orange color palette, we maintained the core aspects that consumers love about the Comfort brand," commented Wally Krantz, executive creative director of Landor New York. "Meanwhile, its new font and updated visual style-and especially the decision to let the logo stand on its own-lends an impactful, contemporary feel to the brand."


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