One of the greatest challenges in fire protection of large hotels is always the ignorance of the premises. Although the hotel staff should be able to deliver proper instructions on how to behave in case of a fire, the reality usually looks much different. Human beings and especially the hotel guests are to be protected with hightest priority and they are absolutely dependent on a controlled evacuation by the rescue teams supported by are sophisticated fire protection system. In order to avoid panic in an emergency, an effective elevator control as well as the possibility to evacuate floor-by-floor are part of the fire rescue concept of every hotel. Distinctly marked escape route systems including both optical and acoustic signalling, are also of the utmost importance.
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Personal protection and evacuation in the foreground
A lack of knowledge of the premises is a recurrent and fundamental problem in the fire protection of large hotels. Although the staff should also be able to give proper instructions in case of fire, the reality is usually different: The hotel guest, the first protection target, is almost exclusively dependent on a regulated evacuation by the rescue services and the structural fire protection. In order to avoid panic in the event of an incident, effective elevator control and the possibility of floor-by-floor alarming are therefore part of the fire rescue concept of every hotel. The escape control system, i.e. the visual and acoustic marking of escape routes, is also of particular importance.
Luxury hotel "The Chedi Andermatt" sets high standards for complex fire alarm technology
Since its grand opening in December 2013, "The Chedi Andermatt" has enjoyed increasing popularity. The five-star deluxe hotel received the "GaultMillau Hotel of the Year" award in 2017. In addition to great attention to detail, great importance was attached to protecting the luxury resort in a special way against fire hazards.
Fire protection in the wellness temple
In a hectic working day, people are increasingly longing for relaxation in order to gain new strength. One of the many possibilities is a visit to a wellness temple. The Mediterana in Bergisch Gladbach/Germany is representative of this form of regeneration. Based on sport, fitness and wellness, it sets a new standard and offers pure luxury. On a total of 52,000 square metres, guests will find a themed landscape entirely according to their wishes. To ensure safe operation, the facility is equipped with state-of-the-art fire protection combined with professional voice alarms