Electricity usage is one of the highest operating expenses incurred by the hospitality industry.
By reducing energy wastage in guest rooms hotels can save 40 per cent to 60 per cent on their electricity costs, increase life of the equipments and more importantly, increase profits, says MINXON, a leading manufacturer of revolutionary intelligent hotel guest room solutions.
At present, more than 50 per cent of the world’s hotels are ill equipped to affect energy savings and more than 70 per cent of the existing management systems have been found to be inadequate for the purpose. While hotel managers are looking to cut operating costs, they should also address the efficiency of facility management systems, an often-overlooked area of hotel administration.
Minxon Hotel Technology, a global leader in facility management systems for hospitality industry have designed and manufactured state-of-the-art, innovative intelligent guest room management systems that provide a total integrated guest room solution. The system integrates the room air-conditioner, lighting that includes digital lighting controls and multi-scene dimming, curtain, music, television, safes, electronic locks, alarm clock, world time, message services, and other guestroom applications.
Minxon manufactures a number of intelligent guest room energy saving systems in over 23 different finishes to match with the interiors of any hotel. The company offers additional finishes such as shining gold, silver and bronze.
Dubai-based Minxon’s regional manager for the Middle East, Africa Benny S Malayaatil says that the system provides efficient, low-cost room control solutions and increases guest comfort through faster target temperature attainment and centrally controlling room lights, curtain, television, music, etc.
“Minxon systems range from a very low-cost standalone system for a budget hotel to advanced centrally controlled systems for luxury four and five star hotels.
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