Hotel Room With Light OnA key factor in providing your customers with a pleasant stay at your hotel is offering clean, comfortable rooms. And while your cleaning staff may work hard to meet that goal, there are certain dirty spots that may get overlooked after vacuuming and changing the sheets.

If common dirty spots are left uncleaned, it could contribute to the spread of illness. This is especially true during cold and flu season. We've compiled a list of these areas so you can review them with your cleaning staff to ensure they're cleaned going forward (if they weren't already).
  • Door Knobs: With how many people touch door knobs throughout the day, it's well worth wiping them down with a cleaning solution. This includes room doors and bathroom doors.
  • Light Switches: Much like door knobs, light switches are also touched by many hands. Don't forget the lamp switches as well.
  • Remote Controls: Wiping down the remote controls prevents the spread of germs onto night stands and other surfaces.
  • Sink and Shower Knobs: While wiping down the bathroom counter, be sure to clean the sink and shower knobs as well.
  • Drawer Pulls: These are also high traffic areas, including the pulls on dresser, night stand and bathroom drawers.
With a bit more thought about what people commonly touch, it becomes easier to see which areas need a thorough cleaning. Providing clean hotel rooms elevates the customers' experiences. And after a good experience, customers are more likely to leave positive reviews about your establishment.

Protect your business today. Call Exceed Insurance at (855) 539-2333 for more information on the hotel insurance policies we offer.
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