Brøchner Hotels’ new 5-star luxury boutique hotel, Hotel Herman K, is the first hotel in Denmark where chemicals are not a part of the cleaning products and process. A natural step for the Danish leading boutique hotel chain, who aims to create unique and sustainable hotels.
A thoroughly cleaned room is one of the cornerstones of a good hotel experience, why cleaning products containing chemicals, are often used to ensure that hotel rooms are as clean as possible. However, these chemical cleaning products, contain substances harmful for the environment and the indoor climate – to mention a few. Therefore, the progressive Danish boutique hotel chain, Brøchner Hotels, is now incorporating new resources in their housekeeping and cleaning process, for the benefit of both the environment, guests and the staff. Brøchner Hotels has together with the Danish company ACT.Global, coated all the exclusive rooms and suites at the hotel chain’s newest luxury boutique hotel – the 5-star Hotel Herman K in the heart of Copenhagen. Thus, the hotel becomes the first chemical-free hotel in Denmark.
The rooms are treated with ACT CleanCoat – an invisible and odourless coating that makes surfaces self-disinfectant, ensuring a low-bacterial level, healthy indoor climate, and cleaner air. Instead of using classic cleaning chemicals, ECA water, created by electrolysis of salt and water, is used to clean the rooms. The active component of ECA water is hypochlorous acid. Since it’s only salt and water, the ECA is completely harmless and will not expose guests, staff or the environment for any kind of harm. Brøchner Hotels has tested ACT CleanCoat at Hotel Astoria, another historic hotel in Copenhagen also owned by the boutique hotel chain, where part of the interior is the original from 1935. After testing for several months improvements were clear.
Part of Brøchner Hotels’ strategy is to transform the city. Therefore, during the next two years, the company opens 2 new luxury boutique hotels in unexploited buildings in Copenhagen. In June 2018, the boutique hotel chain opened the new 5-star Hotel Herman K with 31 exclusive rooms and suites in an old transformer station in the heart of the city.
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