Room to breathe for all the family at Crieff Hydro Hotel

Scotland’s leading leisure destination for families, Crieff Hydro Hotel in Perthshire, has enhanced its studio offering by developing nine dog-friendly studio apartments -located a short stroll from the iconic hotel - fitted with Room To Breathe's hypoallergenic technology. Crieff Hydro Hotel has added ‘Room to Breathe’ to its studio apartments to ensure peace of mind for all guests. Our system constantly creates hypoallergenic environments using technologies and products tha

It's time for the Hotel Industry to Reinvent Itself

Clean is in, or so they say, but really, shouldn't it always have been 'in' and is it really the only solution? Yes, it should have always been 'in' and No, it is not the only solution. This is highlighted in an interesting article for the Frequent Business Traveller by Anna Breuer. As you can see, Anna has identified the new cleaning protocols of Global Hotel chains such as Hilton, Hyatt and Marriot. For those of us who have been in Hotel, Restaurant or Bar since the easing

Just for clarity, we are not a Cleaning Company...

... but we do kill 99.99 per cent of all Coronaviruses, including Covid-19, influenza, bacteria, fungi and moulds within the air and on all types of surfaces, as well as inhibit and prevent any further outbreaks. Back in March, just before the start of lockdown we had an article in the Daily Record. The focus was on the first part of our Kill, Prevent, Protect process which is part of the Room To Breathe system. The KILL stage is our very own DEEP CLEAN which is a combination

Reopening is not the Problem, Staying Open is!

'Public health experts and top health officials, including the Dr. Tony Fauci, say the evidence is abundantly clear: When bars open, infections tend to follow.' From Leicester to Aberdeen we have seen the forced closer of several Bars and Restaurants due to the Coronavirus. This was inevitable and is highlighted in an article in NPR by Will Stone, you can find it here. It discusses that from the very beginning of the outbreak of the Coronavirus Government bodies have been try

How will hospitality/coworking spaces change post-pandemic?

'Do you think shared spaces within hotels (coworking spaces etc) will become a thing of the past, or do you think there will be a bigger appetite for versatile spaces, with more people working flexibly?' As the hard-hit hospitality industry prepares to reopen under new government regulations, Mix sits down with Dylan Wills, Associate at HBA, to shed some light on how the industry can manage the inevitable changes they are facing. Interesting interview that discusses how hospi