Hotel Cleaning Focused on Guest Rooms and Bathrooms
Have you ever walked into a hotel room and found it to be clean but not immaculate? When guests are paying for a room, they expect it to be just as clean and as comfortable as their own home. The hotel cleaning experts at Jani-King can help any hotel achieve a higher standard of cleanliness. Guests who stay at your resort or hotel are constantly, either subconsciously or not, critiquing every part about the hotel that they visit. With this in mind, cleaning technicians need to take into account two main things for hotel cleaning, guest rooms and bathrooms.
Hotel cleaning technicians spend the majority of their time cleaning guest rooms and bathrooms because these are the primary locations where the guests will be spending their time when at the hotel. Guests make their judgments about a room and the cleaning prowess of the room service in the first thirty seconds that they are in the room. One of the first places they look to establish these judgments are in the bathroom. A good cleaning crew will make sure that the bathroom is disinfected properly and shining with a clean scent hanging in the air. Use of a toilet bowl cleaner and toilet brush should be in evidence, the floor to the lip the toilet should be gleaming with good cleaning. Scrubbing the tub or shower is extremely important, make sure that hotel cleaning crews are removing every single strand of hair from the bathroom; there is nothing that wrinkles a guest’s nose more than someone else’s hair in their bathroom or shower! When cleaning the room itself, be sure to start by dusting everything, its amazing how fast dust can accumulate over one guest’s visit! Once all surfaces are dusted, make the furniture sparkle with a commercial polish and remove any stains or spots left by the previous occupants. Strip the bed of all sheets and blankets and replace with freshly laundered bedding. Disinfection of all remotes, phones, and lamps should also take place; anything that the guest could potentially place their hands on should be wiped down and disinfected. Before leaving the room, make sure that the only thing left on the floor is vacuum marks!