When your business invites the public to its establishments, it’s important to keep your guests and patrons safe, and satisfied. Poor indoor air quality can cause people to feel tired, over-heated, uncomfortable and irritable; not to mention not wanting to spend money. Great, public, indoor environments with ultra clean, fresh air provide a number of benefits to not only businesses, but to guests and the environment too.
Despite all the care and detail owners, managers, and the hard working staff put into their hotels, one of the biggest concerns and complaints by guests is commonly overlooked, which is a significant factor why hotels lose customers and don’t score higher on ratings. The core reason is poor indoor air quality. Our indoor air cleaners do more than just filter out air. They capture airborne contaminants, which includes odors, dust, hair, smoke, allergens, viruses and bacteria.
Top ranked hotels will tell you, the best way to get higher ratings amongst guests are, “cleanliness and service”. These hotels pride themselves on not only being surface clean and smelling clean too, but “air clean” too. Peoples’ sense of smell is directly correlated to how we perceive and experience an environment. A big advantage is that many of these hotels have our air cleaning systems.
Your guests will notice and enjoy a better, safer stay, while your staff will not have to clean as much, due to dust not commonly settling on surfaces. Besides a neutral, non scented, and safer environment, your business can also save money on energy costs due to our filters’, “smart airflow”, which helps regulate air temperature evenly, so you don't have all the heat at the ceiling and all the cooler air at the floor.
To accommodate smoking guests, patrons and employees, we also offer our popular smoking cabin solutions, which come in different sizes and models, depending on your specific needs and placement.
“I think it is a good solution for most hotels. I really liked that we could get a cabin that looks built in – it looks really nice.”
Rogier M. Hurkmans
Managing Director, Crowne Plaza Brussels – Le Palace, Brussels (Belgium)