PURE Solutions’ Hypoallergenic Meeting Centers May Provide Health Benefits, Increased Productivity

PURE Solutions announces its “Meet and Sleep” hotel concept, which combines allergy-friendly guestrooms and on-site meeting facilities for business travelers. As awareness about the impact of allergies on workforce productivity expands, Meet and Sleep hotels will provide a hypoallergenic environment for companies and organizations to conduct business on the road.

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Buffalo, NY (PRWEB) October 29, 2013

PURE Solutions, the innovative provider of hypoallergenic hotel rooms, has now expanded its allergy-friendly hotel offerings to include on-site meeting centers. Designed to address the health needs of workers traveling for business, these cutting-edge “Meet and Sleep” hotels may also improve workforce productivity and performance.

A recent National Health Interview Study found allergic rhinitis (congestion caused by swelling of the nasal cavity) to be the most commonly reported medical condition to US employers. Each year, allergies are responsible for an average of 3.6 missed days of work per employee and 2.3 unproductive hours per employee per day.

Extending PURE technology to hotel conference centers may present a way to combat these numbers by creating a stay-and-work space that is virtually free of surface and airborne irritants. Using a patented, 7-step technology to eliminate 99.9% of viruses and bacteria, PURE meeting facilities provide the same hypoallergenic environment guests have come to enjoy in a PURE hotel room.

“Our rooms have always been popular with business travelers and the Meet and Sleep concept is an extension of that,” said Brian Brault, CEO of PURE Solutions. “When you’re away from home for a conference or business meeting, the last thing you want to worry about are allergy symptoms or getting a good night’s sleep.”

Tom Kammerer, from Thayer Lodging Group, believes hypoallergenic meeting space will be attractive not only to allergic businesspeople, but also those seeking the best facilities for meeting with clients, partners and out-of-town employees.

“The advantage of a Meet and Sleep hotel is that it allows travelers to conduct business under the highest quality conditions,” he said. “Our business guests can move from their rooms to meetings and back again, all in an environment that promotes their health and wellbeing.”

Three properties owned by Thayer —the Sheraton Miami Airport and Doubletree Palm Beach Gardens in Florida and the Hyatt Dulles in Virginia—currently offer both PURE hotel rooms and meeting space to their guests. As awareness about the impact of allergies on workplace productivity expands, PURE anticipates that more hotels will look to include allergy-friendly conference and meeting spaces within their hotels.

About PURE Solutions

PURE Solutions, the innovative provider of hypoallergenic hotel rooms, is an advocate for asthma- and allergy-sufferers worldwide. PURE's patented 7-step process for converting ordinary hotel rooms into PURE Rooms eliminates and protects against 98-100% of viruses, bacteria and other airborne particles. This process creates an environment that is not only safer and more comfortable for people with allergies, but also provides a more relaxing and rejuvenating space for anyone who is travelling away from home. For more information about PURE Solutions, please visit their website at http://www.pureroom.com.

About Thayer Lodging Group

Thayer Lodging Group, based in Annapolis, Maryland, is a privately held hotel investment company that was formed in 1991 by Frederic V. Malek and Leland Pillsbury. Thayer has a lengthy and successful track record that spans multiple investment cycles. Since forming its first private equity fund in 1991, Thayer has completed 44 hotel investments with a total acquisition cost of approximately $2.7 billion.

Thayer’s funds currently own a portfolio of 16 hotels and 4,170 guest rooms and, through its investment in Interstate, have ownership interests in 50 hotels with 13,000 guest rooms. For more information, please visit their website at http://www.thayerlodging.com.


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