The following is a guest post by Kevin Arnold from PURE Room Blog.
Hi everyone! My name is Kevin and I write the PURE Room blog. Rachel has invited me to tell you a little bit about allergy-friendly hotel rooms, which are a great option for people traveling with allergies and asthma.
Food allergies and environmental allergies may be different in certain respects but as Rachel will tell you, some people experience both. She does an amazing job writing about both food allergies and asthma, including how each can impact the other. It’s important for everyone in the allergy community to work together to share information and raise awareness, which is how we’ve come to partner with Rachel.
PURE’s mission is to “make lives better” for people with allergies and asthma, especially when they travel. It can be tough to spend time in an unfamiliar environment when you have these conditions. By providing a certified hypoallergenic space away from home, PURE aims to help people get the most out of life.
PURE Rooms are treated according to a scientific, 7-step process that eliminates 98-100% of germs, bacteria and other irritants in the environment. Our technicians clean and treat the heating and air-conditioning units, all hard and soft surfaces, as well as the air itself. PURE Rooms also come equipped with a HEPA air-filtration system, not to mention hypoallergenic bedding and pillow encasements. The rooms are tested and re-certified every 6 months to ensure that they continue to meet the highest standards in the industry.
The result is a superior hotel room that is more comfortable for people with asthma and environmental allergies. If you’ve never stayed in a PURE Room before, it’s something you really need to experience for yourself! Our guests tell us that the air is lighter and fresher than in a standard hotel room and that they typically get a more restful, better night’s sleep than they even do at home!
With nearly 300 PURE hotels nationwide, it’s easy to find an allergy-friendly hotel room just about anywhere. The best way to reserve a PURE Room is to visit pureroom.com and use our convenient search tool right on the homepage. Just select your destination and travel dates and we’ll show you a list of allergy-friendly rooms in the area. You can even read TripAdvisor reviews and book your room, all from our website!
If you or someone you know has allergies, we encourage you to learn more about PURE Rooms and to share this information with others. Living with allergies shouldn’t mean that you have to restrict your travel plans or suffer through your next vacation or business trip. So get out there and start exploring!
Kevin Arnold writes about allergies and asthma, travel and healthy living. For more tips and information, check out all of his posts at www.pureroom.com/healthy_living_blog.