This hotel deserves to be a case study in cost control at a business school. The revolving door to enter automatically stops and starts to minimise energy use and loss. Guests with big suitcases need nifty skills to get in. At check-in guests are informed that a 20 euro deposit is required if you don't want to drop your key card at the desk when you pop out of the hotel.
In the room, the air-conditioner is controlled by reception and goes off automatically at 1am to save energy. Guests who wake up in a warm sweat at 2am and jump in the shower to cool off will find themselves automatically conserving water. The glass divider between the shower and the bathroom has been removed, guaranteeing short showers to avoid a completely wet bathroom. Shampooing your hair requires special cutting utensils to open the tiny plastic pack.
Internet data usage is controlled by charging 3 euro per day per device and asking guests to come down to reception to purchase vouchers. Milk at breakfast requires a special request to a waitress. Receptionist work the night shift and the day shift. They pleasantly charge 2 euro per small bottle of water used from the minibar.
Charging what they do a night for a boarding room experience is definitely worthy of a business school case study on hotel management.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking