Hygiene Solutions Newsletter
News from the world of Hygiene
A warm welcome to all those new "receivers" of the Hygiene Solutions newsletter.
The HS newsletter is sent out on a weekly basis and each week 2 or 3 interesting
articles from the world of hospitality and hygiene are included.
To all current readers, hope you are all doing well. This week we have 3
1. Proof that the dust mite and allergen problem is getting
2. Very interesting research regarding what guestswant in a
3. A cute story about a duck in a Swankey Washington hotel.
Pollution blamed for dust mite explosion
Dust mite infestation has doubled in less than 20 years !
For Professor De la Torre the reason for the startling hike is increased
levels of pollution rather than any change in climate which is, despite global
warming, much the same as it was two decades ago.
For Most People Price is not Number 1
WeGoPlaces Tourism recently polled their visitors on the most important factors
when selecting a hotel - VERY INTERESTING !!
WeGoPlaces Tourism (www.WeGoPlaces.com) recently polled their
visitors on the most important factors when selecting a hotel. The results may
Many people would think that price is the number one factor,
but it isnt. While price is in the top three, it followed cleanliness and
appearance as the most important hotel selection factors. On a scale of one to
five (one being the most important), cleanliness ranked the highest, averaging
1.28 with appearance ranking second at 1.78.
Here are all of the results, rated 1 to 5, 1 being most
Cleanliness - 1.27
Appearance - 1.77
Price - 1.95
Non smoking rooms - 2.00
Hotel rating - 2.29
Distance from attractions - 2.29
Pool - 2.32
Reviews - 2.41
Continental breakfast - 2.54
Hotel brand - 2.98
Airport shuttle - 3.49
Fitness center - 3.70
Duck Builds Nest Outside Swanky Washington Hotel
Duck Nests In Planter Near Front Door
Hotel officials said this is the second consecutive year the
duck has built her
nest outside the ritzy hotel.
The hotel's concierge is said to be looking after the fowl and
her soon-to-be brood. Hotel officials said there are 11 eggs in the nest.
The hotel has begun giving guests a little rubber ducky when
housekeeping turns down the beds, and for the time being, the hotel chef has
removed duck from the menu.
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