Fairmont Beijing celebrated its first year anniversary partnership with Blueair on the successful implementation of the air purification system at the hotel. The hotel received the world’s first “Blueair Zone” solutions in June 2017 with its state-of-the art Blueair Pro air purifiers set up throughout its 222 rooms and public areas designed to improve air quality in the entire hotel.
Blueair was named "Best Partner of China Hospitality Industry" at the recent Asia Hotel Forum and the 13th China Hotel Starlight Awards this year. The award gives recognition to the Blueair Zone concept and its successful solution offerings in the hospitality industry.
To celebrate its first year partnership, Fairmont Beijing and Blueair hosted the “Well-Being” theme event with over 100 guests and media attending where they were treated to a night of entertainment that included salsa performances, opera and orchestral recitals by talented youngesters.
"The Blueair partnership has given us the opportunity to set a benchmark amongst the luxury hotels in the world in providing quality air to enhance guest experience,” said Michael Ganster, General Manager of Fairmont Beijing，“We have received positive feedback from our health conscious guests and we have seen an increase in room occupancy with the hotel reviews online.”
Fairmont Beijing has recently installed a 55-inch LED LCD TV in its 222 rooms and its suites are furnished with the latest massage chairs and state-of-the-art zero-pressure mattresses. The well-being of its guest are its top priority with the focus on creating memorable guest experiences.
“Fairmont is the world’s first luxury hotel brand to embrace environmental stewardship. Throughout the years Fairmont has expanded this commitment to include economic and social programing,” said Goran Aleks, Vice President Operations, AccorHotels Greater China. “The partnership between Fairmont Beijing and Blueair is one of the best approaches in enhancing guest’s well-being whilst demonstrating our commitment to global sustainable development through AccorHotels’ Planet 21 program.”
“The demand for clean air solutions at hotels and offices are on a rise,” said Maggie Chan, General Manager of Blueair China. “With over 20 years experience in clean air solutions to provide quality air indoors, I’m extremely proud with the overwhelming results and positive responsenses received at Fairmont Beijing. We shall continue to roll out different initiative including Clean Air for Children to further enhance our services.”
Fairmont takes great pride in its deep community roots and leadership in sustainability with its worldwide portfolio of more than 75 hotels and resorts.