Hospitality

It could be the hottest hotel in the city, with designer linens, the hippest bar, and rumors flying that an Oscar-winner booked a suite. But if the rooms are loud, the staff is exhausted, and the fitness center hasn’t been revamped in the last decade, nothing will save it from a one-star review. So, can a floor save a hotel from bad reviews? We know, unequivocally, that the answer is Yes.

It may not be a typical A-list concern, but the right hotel flooring can change everything. Ecore has a five-star look that also reduces footfall impact and makes guest rooms significantly quieter. Because, after all, the guest experience starts on the ground floor.

Safety

What if a hotel lobby could deliver all the wow factor that guests have come to expect, and still reduce the risk of slips and falls on a rainy day? What if avid exercisers and athletes could go on vacation and still get a high-impact cardio workout and lower their risk of injury at the same time? Our designer floors not only look great, they also prevent falls, absorb shock, and return energy, even in the swankiest lobbies and the latest, cutting-edge hotel fitness centers.

 

Ergonomics

Hospitality is all about service. What if your flooring could give your staff more energy to make that service even better? Our floors are designed to make 12-hour shifts more bearable by lowering the impact of walking and standing, and returning energy with every step. If the floor can help the concierge, bellhop, or housekeeper provide service with a smile at the end of a long day, we call that five-star hospitality.

 

Acoustics

Rest and relaxation are hard to come by in our 24/7, always-on world, but no one should have to compromise on getting a good night’s sleep when traveling. Nothing will make a guest write off a hotel forever like getting woken up at 2am by the party animal guests above. Our guest room floors are engineered for quiet to keep the bad reviews at bay. They make sound less noticeable between guest rooms, so you can say goodbye to middle-of-the-night noise complaints, even from the room directly under the rooftop bar.

 

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