Renaissance Long Beach Launches PURE Rooms

Renaissance Long Beach now offers 10 PURE guest rooms at the 374-room property. Located in downtown Long Beach, CA the hotel's new PURE rooms create an allergy-friendly environment by removing up to 98 percent of bacteria and viruses. This option is a relief for hotel guests who suffer from allergies and asthma. The PURE concept utilizes special purification techniques whereby each room is treated comprehensively to remove allergens and irritants from all surfaces, fabrics and air flow. The innovative and rigorous conversion process designed by PURE Solutions ensures that air handling units are deeply cleaned and sanitized then equipped with the company's specially made Tea Tree Oil Cartridge. PURE Tea Tree Oil is an all natural antiseptic and disinfectant gel that maintains the sanitary conditions created during the initial conversion process. Soft surfaces are cleansed and sanitized with PURE Clean to eliminate irritants and contaminants that can trigger allergies and cause discomfort. The room next undergoes a one time high ozone shock treatment to kill any remaining living organisms and their associated odors. A bacteriostatic barrier called PURE Shield is then applied to all surfaces to prevent the growth of bacteria. To maintain these ideal conditions in the room, a state-of-the-art air purification system is installed, creating air quality that averages four times cleaner than the threshold for asthma patients. This system is registered by the FDA as a Class II medical device. Special micro-fiber hypo-allergenic pillow cases and mattress covers are used in the room to reduce allergies triggered by dust mite allergens.

To reserve a PURE allergy friendly room at the Renaissance Long Beach call 562-437-5900. For more information on PURE rooms visit www.pureroom.com.

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