It’s happened to all of us: You walk into your hotel room on your business trip and instantly become congested, your throat becomes itchy and your eyes become watery. Often, a hotel room, even in the nicest of properties, can harbor mold, bacteria, dust-mites and other allergens that cause guests to have an unpleasant stay or worse, a terrible night’s sleep. The solution? Book a hypoallergenic hotel room. Never heard of such a thing? Well, thanks to PURE Solutions, they have started popping up all over the country…and even internationally.
A PURE hotel room is treated thoroughly for maximum comfort. These rooms’ surfaces, fabrics, air and water are all cleaned in such a way that they are considered hypoallergenic, protecting hotel room guests from mold, viruses, bacteria, pollen and yeast. Further, the PURE cleaning process eliminates odors so that the room smells fresh for every guest. Whether you are traveling on a business trip or for leisure, their seven-step process makes the hotel room the hypoallergenic and comfortable “haven” you long for:
- Air Handler Sanitizing: Done at the initial conversion of a room and ongoing to attack mold, bacteria and viruses.
- Tea Tree Oil: Tea tree oil, an oil known for its antimicrobial and disinfectant properties, is installed into the Air Handling unit of the hotel room.
- Carpets and Upholstery: The system utilizes a cleaner that removes more dirt, bacteria and mold then most other cleaners.
- High Ozone Shock Treatment: A one time treatment that kills virtually all mold and bacteria, eliminating any residue odors.
- PURE Shield: A bacteriostatic barrier is applied to surfaces to repel all microorganisms.
- The Purification System: The hotel room comes equipped with a unit that provides 24 hour defense against bacteria, fungi, and viruses. The system kills 94% of fungus, 98% – 100% of bacteria and 100% of more dangerous viruses. These units are so effective that they have been certified by the FDA as Class 2 Medical devices.
- Hypoallergenic Bed Encasements: These help ward off dust mites and other contaminants, and their allergens.
Unfortunately, PURE rooms don’t exist at all properties. The good news, however, is that PURE has provided a look-up widget on their site so that you can find hotels that do offer PURE hotel rooms. I tried the look-up feature by city and for some reason, it didn’t work, however, the map feature does.
Do you suffer from bad allergies when you travel? Have you tried PURE’s hypoallergenic hotel room on your business trip or vacation? Did it help?