Hotels offering an optional upgrade of Hypoallergenic Rooms!I recently stayed in a Hilton Hotel in Phoenix, AZ. One of the optional upgrade on the room was Hypoallergenic. I was like, "What?"
Not I, nor my teens, knowingly suffer from allergies. With that said, we may have minor to moderate allergies and simply attribute the symptoms to other things.
Allergy-Friendly, Hypoallergenic, Allergen Clean... Rooms? What exactly does this mean?
PureRoom.com put together a list of the 7 Step Process involved in providing an Allergy Friendly Room.1. Deep Clean Air-Handling Unit. This refers to the heating and air conditioning system. These units removed dust and allergens from the flow of air in the room.
2. PURE Tea Tree Oil Cartridge. A cartridge of this tea tree oil, a natural antimicrobial and disinfectant is installed in the air-handling unit to maintain sanitized conditions.
3. Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning. A PURE cleaning solution should be used to remove dirt, as well as bacteria and mold from all soft surfaces.
4. One Time Shock Treatment. An advanced shock treatment destroys nearly all of the mold and bacteria from a room and all its contents.
5. PURE Shield. This bacteriostatic barrier is applied to all room surfaces to repel microorganisms.
6. Air Purification System. PURE’s air purifier is 24-hour defense against airborne irritants.
7. Allergy-Friendly Bedding. PURE uses only micro-fiber, mono-filament mattress and pillow encasements for lesser risks of allergy at home.
This is the process offered by one company to help purify a living space. I'm sure there are others.
Another service offered on The Pure Site is a Find a Room. The site asks for booking information and helps you locate hotels/rooms that meet their 7 step criteria.
I think the allergy friendly trend will catch on to the point that all motels/hotels will offer some if not all of their rooms this way.