Hotels are all about the experience. Whether it’s a long-looked-forward-to holiday or a tranquil place to retreat to on a business trip, guests want to be able to relax and expect great indoor climate comfort. But hotels can have a considerable impact on the environment, which is why it’s essential to consider energy efficient solutions.
Hotels have constantly changing temperature requirements. Guests generally require warmth in the winter and cooling during the summer, so hotels commonly regulate indoor room climates with air-conditioning systems. These units tend to be centrally controlled, with the options for guests to manually adjust room units to meet their individual needs.
Hydronic radiators for waterbased heating systems enable fast reaction to the different heat demands of each and every hotel guest. Also underfloor heating in bathrooms is highly appreciated and demanded by guests. To prevent overheating in bathrooms a small towel rail is suitable for hotel bathrooms were underfloor heating serves as main heat source.
Design radiators are also highly appreciated in hotels that require a special, individual style or interior. For example, a stylish design radiator in the lobby, vertical radiators next to large windows or colored radiators in the guest rooms give an extra touch to the indoor architecture.
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When talking about thermal comfort in a hotel, there are a lot of parameters to consider, including the diversity of the clientele but also the geographic location. In the bathroom, a nice radiant heat and safety is crucial for both users and owners.
In the bedroom part, it is essential to be able to cool the temperature in the summer period while providing sufficient comfort in winter, this is why we will prefer transmitters such as fan coil units or air conditioning.
The choice of control system for the units depends on the size and design of the different rooms. They can be used both for underfloor heating or for hydronic radiators or electric radiators.