Hospitality and Hotel Window Treatments: Sheer Shades, Solar Screen Shades & Dual Shades
The hospitality industry has a unique set of needs for both the private and common areas they maintain. We’ve got functional, beautiful solutions for every one, addressing glare control, privacy and comfort for both guests and workers.
Solar Shades for Daytime Privacy
When guests are in their rooms, they want to allow in light, and a view if there is one, without being seen from the outside. Solar Screen Shades are the clean, updated version of sheer draperies, providing privacy on the darker side of the treatment- in this case, the room interior. Light enters the room in a controlled fashion, but heat and glare are controlled and the guest can still see outside. In locations where a view is undesirable, translucent fabrics allow light filtering and management, but eliminate view-through.
Night-time Privacy and Room Darkening Shades
Every hotel room needs room darkening capacity, as well as night time privacy with zero view-through. Insolroll Blackout Shades provide complete privacy, whether day or night. For guests wishing to sleep during daylight hours, Blackout Shades stop all light from passing through the fabric. In cases where complete darkness is desired, Insolroll’s Audio-visual accessories are available to block light from entering at the sides and bottom of the shade.
Sheer Roller Shades provide an updated alternative for Drapery Sheers
Insolroll provides a selection of sheer roller fabrics that meet national hotel chain specifications. Check out our Cirrus, Nimbus, and Umbra Sheer Fabrics.
Dual Shades for Dual Functionality in Hospitality Window Treatments
Dual Shades from Insolroll® address the needs of fine hotel rooms, allowing two types of fabric on separate rollers in the same window treatment. Blackout fabric plus solar screen equals ultimate sun and view-through control.
Solar Screen Shades for Hotel Common Areas
Large windows are part of nearly every hotel’s design, but can allow large open spaces to be too hot and too bright for comfort.
- Control glare in lobbies and lounge areas
- Reduce glare on computer screens in use by front desk employees
- Control heat gain and cut cooling costs in large, vaulted lobbies and west-facing walls of windows but maintain the light, airy feeling
- Operation of common area window shades with the touch of a button by front of house staff behind a desk.
- Make lounge areas comfortable for waiting guests and those using computer screens