The hotel sector is constantly evolving to comply with new demands and new challenges. Its buildings have to be able to express the innovation of an exclusive offer and provide increasingly more customised services, proposing concepts with an added value that respect environmental legislation as well as managing costs.
Whether this concerns an international hotel chain, a small boutique hotel or a multipurpose holiday resort, every single one of these buildings offers its guests a new concept in terms of service.
• Thermal and visual comfort along with the protection of privacy, actively contribute to the wellbeing of the guest.
• Different environments that allow guests to enjoy the comfort they seek at all times.
• Guaranteed prestige through added-value features.
• Buildings with high energy efficiency reduce the need for air conditioning and heating, which translates into less consumption in terms of energy and natural resources, improving the energy certification as an added value for the building. The result is a rapid return on investment arising from energy saving and reduced maintenance costs. Read more…
Article published in: FuturENERGY September 2016