Visitors expect the humidity in swimming pools and steam baths to be at the right level. But what about the relaxation and massage rooms, the solarium, and the beauty parlor?
Dry heating air sucks the moisture out of human skin and human hair like a sponge.
The result: Skin becomes itchy, eyes sting, headaches develop, and guests are tired instead of relaxed. The rooms adjoining pools and wellness suites therefore not only have to be kept warm, they must also be supplied with a comfortable level of air humidity.