It is a matter of course that the health of our guests and our team has top priority for us.
We have also been closely monitoring the spread and developments concerning the corona virus since the first reports from China in January and initiated the first measures in early February.
Specifically, we would like to inform you about the following points:
All hotel rooms in our feel-good hotel have ventilation. Depending on the room type, room size and time of day, between 20 and 40m³ of fresh air per hour are blown into the rooms and exhausted in the bathrooms. What is simply an important building block for a good indoor climate in normal times is currently also bringing great benefits in terms of hygiene and viruses of all kinds that may be present in the air.
Of course, no exhaust air gets into the supply air. The ducting of exhaust air and supply air is strictly separated and even in the cross-flow heat exchanger, which is used to save energy, the flows remain cleanly separated.
Our restaurant also has a ventilation system that is so powerful that it was also able to reliably extract cigarette smoke in earlier times. Here too, supply air and extract air are separated.
The hotel rooms and apartments in our guest house have exhaust ventilation inside windowless bathrooms and the extractor hoods of the kitchens - provided they are not recirculation hoods. Each of them have individual exhaust air strands above the roof. The supply air is through open windows. Our housekeepers ventilate the rooms thoroughly with every cleaning.