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Hidden benefits for hotel interiors

Samuel Heath door closers discreetly enhance many a top establishment

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When it comes to hotel design, the choice of door closer can play a significant role in assuring the quality of the guest experience.

The natural choice for the hotel designer has always been the concealed door closer, with Samuel Heath’s Powermatic controlled, concealed closers at the forefront of the selection process.

British designed and manufactured, Powermatic door closers boast outstanding fire and accessibility performance, but it is their concealment that delivers a number of advantages over surface-mounted devices, and makes them particularly attractive for hotel interiors.

In addition to ensuring that nothing interferes with the desired appearance of the door or interior decorative scheme, Powermatic also helps to create a more homely, less functional or institutionalised ambience within the room, which is highly desirable when comfort and relaxation are paramount.

Powermatic door closers also provide practical benefits to hotel projects: they are less susceptible to vandalism or tampering, and they have been shown to retain the sound insulation properties of guestroom doors as well as simplifying maintenance and cleaning regimes.

These benefits have seen Powermatic used by leading designers on iconic hotel projects across the globe, from owner-managed boutique residences to luxury hotel, spa and leisure resorts, all seeking to make the guests’ stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.

Recent additions to the long list of prestigious hotels that have benefited from Powermatic include Brown’s Hotel and The Savoy in London; ARIA resort and casino, Las Vegas; Hilton, Manchester and the exclusive South Lodge hotel and spa in Surrey.

  • South Lodge hotel and spa, Surrey.
    South Lodge hotel and spa, Surrey.
  • Hilton, Manchester.
    Hilton, Manchester.
  • Brown's Hotel, London.
    Brown's Hotel, London.
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