Spas and hospitality have one major component in common: service. Both desire to cater to their guests with the utmost care to detail and providing an above and beyond pleasant experience. And most of the time pleasant is synonymous with quiet. In fact, when talking to friends or family about a hotel experience, the first question usually asked is, “Was it quiet?” And when detailing a recent massage or other spa treatment, most people won’t dwell happily on a chatty masseuse. That’s because we don’t want words or sound. Rather, we want just the opposite: silence…or at least the perception of it.
Sound Masking for the Guest Experience
Unlike a business situation, a spa or hospitality context has a guest who simply wants to relax and unwind. Nothing has to be accomplished except this incredibly difficult task: Peacefulness. The very essence of peacefulness is the absence of unwanted sound, including each and every person or conversation that naturally drifts through even the poshest facilities.
Providing a quiet, relaxing environment for guests is much simpler than it may seem. A sound masking system works just as well for a spa weekend experience as it does for a private office. The same principles are at play: walls and doors just don’t cut it for “peace.” We can help you cater to your guests’ desire for a calming time of relaxation.