Speech intelligibility must be guaranteed here. For this purpose, the reverberation time and the noise level (e.g. technical equipment, acoustic irradiation, external noise) must be suitably reduced. A special feature here, however, is also a certain degree of confidentiality, e.g. organizationally supported.
Here and in other open areas there may be a need for relaxation, concentration or communication. Therefore, reverberation time and background noise must be reduced again and shielding between individual areas must be made possible.
STAIRCASES AND CORRIDORS
Conversations, walking and rolling noises (e.g. suitcases) by guests and staff (e.g. cleaning) are disturbing. Despite the sound-absorbing doors, noise should be minimised by room attenuation (reverberation time) and suitable floor coverings.
quiet and with a somewhat subdued atmosphere, they radiate peace, safety and quality. Inside the cabin, music can avoid unpleasant silence. Outside the cabin, technical and signal noise should be reduced to a minimum.
have the highest requirements with regard to freedom from interference and privacy. The sound insulation to the outside and to all neighbouring rooms (horizontal, vertical) must fit and technically caused noises must be minimised. Room acoustics hardly play a role.
and hotel rooms are inextricably linked. A quiet bathroom ventilation system pleases the guest and soundproof sanitary and water installations are essential for the peace and quiet of the neighbours. This is not only about sound levels, but also about the information content of the sounds.