Why does the star qualification of hotels not take into account the degree to which hotel rooms are soundproofed? How is it possible that there still are 4- and 5-star hotels where noise pollution is a returning issue? Follow the Knowledge Centre Sound Insulation (KGI) on the quest for quiet hotel rooms.
The Quiet Room® label, the first and only worldwide certificate for quiet hotel rooms, is gaining more and more recognition in the hospitality world. An increasing number of hotels pay heed to the traveller's demand for quiet hotel rooms and have their rooms inspected and certified. But since not all hotel rooms meet the standards of the QR label, there is also a growing demand for acoustic insulation and renovation.
In reaction to this demand, the Knowledge Centre Sound Insulation (KGI), the initiator of the QR label, has developed the Quiet Room® Design & Build Total Concept in close cooperation with its knowledge partners in the field of acoustic insulation. This turnkey package contains all the necessary expertise and sound proofing measures to make hotel rooms more quiet and includes certification for the QR label. This makes it THE solution for hotels that are looking for a quick and efficient way to adapt their rooms to the new quietness trend.
QR-quickscan inspection and soundproofing measures The first step in the process is a QR-Quickscan inspection to establish which sound leaks exist in the room. We follow this up with a first digital mood board and a concept proposal for a comprehensive solution including costs. After implementation of the sound proofing measures the room will be acoustically measured and certified in accordance with the standards of the QR label.
The Quiet Room® Design & Build Total Concept offers a winning combination of renovation and certification for the QR label which provides hotels with a unique way to promote their quiet rooms.
Take a look at the video animation about the Quiet Room® Design & Build concept and visit the website www.quiethotelroom.org/en