Filtrine’s Variety of Drinking Fountain Models Blend in with Hotel Interiors Around the US
Hotels entice prospective visitors with beautiful décor. Their lobbies welcome weary travelers by giving a good first impression. Other public areas such as spas or fitness centers match the rest of the interior design theme. The hotel needs to stand out in a very competitive field with independents and chains fighting for market share. One way to do that is to select a distinctive style fixture whether it is a drinking water fountain or a bottle filling station (also known as a Hydration Station).
Customization is key. Filtrine offers a wide range of drinking water fountain models, materials and finishes that can be easily customized to fit any interior. Each piece of equipment is built to order. Bronze is a popular material in hotels with satin, statuary or oil-rubbed finish options. Any Filtrine fountain can be made ADA Compliant or vandal proof. The bottle filling stations can have cup dispensers and disposal bins added. Filtrine electric water coolers are specified if chilling and purifying drinking water are important, or remote chiller/purifiers can be installed apart from the fountain for a different look. Any Filtrine drinking fountain or bottle filling station can be made touchless.
The mid-west 21C Museum Hotel chain designers tapped Filtrine’s unique capabilities. Their newest hotel is the redevelopment of downtown Kansas City’s historic Savoy Hotel and Grill. The founders, Laura Lee Brown and Steve Wilson, combine preservation and an interest in contemporary art with the goal of revitalizing inner cities. They also believe “Old looks better in the presence of new.” The architects contacted Filtrine and specified a Model 107-16-HL non-recessed wall mounted drinking fountain in satin finish bronze. They liked it so much; they ordered a Model B103-C2 bottle filling station with two cup dispensers. It was made of stainless steel and painted with neutral grey-brown powder coat paint in RAL 8019. The powder coat paint option makes it easy for an architect or interior designer to match the hotel interior since they can select from an infinite amount of colors. Download The Guide to Filtrine Fountain Finishes for more information.
Other hotels across the US and overseas have taken advantage of Filtrine’s drinking water dispensing customization. To see a sample of which models have been specified, view “Filtrine Drinking Fountains a Key Feature…” Case Study.
For more information on customization of hotel drinking fountains and bottle fillers, fill out the Drinking Water Product Request a Quote Form or contact your local Filtrine Drinking Water Representative.
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For more information on any of these models, contact your local Filtrine Drinking Water Representative today.
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