Concept to streamline certification of hotels rooms for the Quiet Room label

QuietHotel 2Noise pollution remains one of the major complaints among travellers, yet hotels are reluctant to insulate their rooms. Such is the finding of the Knowledge Centre Sound Insulation (KGI), initiator of the Quiet Room® Label foundation, the first and only world wide quality label for quiet hotel rooms.

Hotels are very interested in acquiring the QR-label, says KGI, because poorly insulated hotel rooms get bad reviews in social media, which leads to loss of revenue. But many hotels are less than eager to start a long process of investigation, renovation, insulation and certification, because this is a costly, complicated and time-consuming job.

To help hotels solve this problem, KGI and the Quiet Room label foundation have developed a new concept, the so-called Design & Build Total Concept. This is a method involving specific sound insulation products which considerably shortens and streamlines the insulation process. All necessary insulation activities are carried out swiftly and at once and the process includes certification of hotels rooms for the Quiet Room label.

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