When we reserve a room in a hotel we either do it through necessity or simply because we want to treat ourselves and get away from a hectic lifestyle.
One of the things you most expect when staying at a hotel is a bit of peace and quiet, but unfortunately this is not always the case.
If your hotel is situated in a potentially noisy location it could affect visitor numbers as no-one wants to stay in raucous surroundings for fear of having their sleep pattern disturbed.
By taking the time and small effort it requires to soundproof and install sound insulation in your hotel you could help encourage people to use your hotel in preference to your competitors.
Before anyone is allowed to stay in your hotel you should visit every room and have a good listen around to discover whether that room is susceptible to noise. If you suspect that it is then you need to target soundproofing in those areas most likely to allow noise to filter through and escape from the room.
Most hotels sit on more than one floor so one of the primary areas you may need to target are the floors of each room as footsteps from above can often be heard.
Acoustic flooring can be laid down on the floor and will reduce the decibel levels that you can make out. The new flooring will look in no way different to any other type of flooring so won’t compromise on style.
If on the other hand you decide to do nothing about potential noise you could be running the risk of losing valued custom and attracting negative feedback on one of the many review available. So is it really worth risking the future of your business when all you need to do is soundproof? We think not!