Just as it should be from a five-star hotel.
Health protection to the ultimate level. The latest technology – the utmost attention to detail.
At least, that’s the expectation.
And sure, the place might look amazing. Feel amazing too, with service that makes you feel like royalty.
Thing is though, you can’t see germs.
So it’s reassuring to know that with five-star service, your room is treated to be germ-free.
99.9999% sterile from the moment you walk in.
The way five-star should be – even though germs are invisible.
The difference between the five-star confidence you feel – and all other quality standards.
Between your complete safety – and other places that might LOOK clean, but you can’t be sure.
Only one standard – the very best
Because clean does not necessarily mean germ-free.
As many, many hotel guests are concerned about whenever they check in.
They carry disposable slippers to walk on the carpet. Disinfectant sprays for the loo. Gloves to remove the bedspread. Wipes to clean the TV remote, light switches and other high-touch surfaces.
Because they know that’s where germs lurk.
And quite rightly suspect that most of them never get attention between one guest and another.
Sure, there’s clean linen. The towels are replaced and fresh. The whole place is vacuumed. Neat and tidy. With all the welcome touches – chilled wine waiting, fresh flowers, a chocolate on your pillow.
Could anything be more perfect?
Indeed yes – especially as you’re paying for it.
You don’t book a hotel room to catch norovirus, or flu, or contract a staph infection.
But that’s the risk with any hotel – even those with the strictest house-keeping protocols.
Second-best is not OK
The alternative is heavy-handed bleach treatment. Rooms out of action for hours at a stretch to provide enough contact time. And a headache-inducing after-stench.
So the usual procedure is to use an all-purpose spray. Light and odour-neutral, more a cleaner than a disinfectant. Lysol or Dettol – like nervous guests carry.
Except it shouldn’t be necessary for guests to go through their own safety procedure as well as the hotel’s.
That’s not five-star service, or anything close.
They shouldn’t have to lift a finger. Or exert themselves in any way, except to relax.
They should know they’re safe, no matter what.
Not even think about taking precautions, avoiding high-touch surfaces, or worrying about germs in the air – the invisible space that’s 80% of any room..
And they don’t have to, if the room is sterile.
Nor does management or staff.
Rolls-Royce or not at all
Because sterilising the place is quick and easy after cleaning is complete. Press button simple with a dry mist of ionised hydrogen peroxide that permeates everywhere.
Electrostatically charged to reach out and grab viruses, bacteria and fungi like a magnet. Oxidising them to nothing. Eliminating them from the air and all surfaces, even deep in cracks and crevices. Safely reverting to oxygen and water afterwards – quickly evaporating to nothing.
Effective and efficient – like five-star is supposed to be. Germ-free to a 6-log Sterility Assurance Level. Utterly reliable, as all five-star facilities are expected to be.
If you haven’t experienced it in your hotel room yet, you haven’t stayed five-star.
Though once managements start realising the cost-savings, don’t be surprised if some one and two-star establishments start offering five-star germ control too.
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