esi hospitality

esi technology has been applied in the luxury urban lodge, Holy Deer in Rome. The retreat occupies the former private residence of Pope Innocent X and is located inside the church of Sant’Agnese di Agone on Piazza Navona.

Inside Holy Deer, the environment is continuously disinfected through the application of the esi system in every room. The emitters are concealed in the furniture and upholstery and have no visual impact on the architecture or design. The antimicrobial action of esi is only perceived in the form of comfort and the natural aroma of cleanliness.

All cabinets, closets, and drawers are equipped with esi throughout the lodge so that esi’s disinfecting action is carried out not only within the spaces but also on the clothing and objects put inside the cabinets, closets and drawers.

Textile elements such as sofas, mattresses and cushions are sanitized and purified through emitters contained within them. The antimicrobial and anti-mite properties of the silver (Ag +) and other metallic ions guarantee constant microbial cleaning, contributing to peace of mind in spaces intended for the utmost relaxation.

In the living room and kitchen area, emitters are applied to tables and chairs as well as to cabinets. This synergy provides a powerful optimal emission of ions for the continuous disinfection of the room even with the presence of many guests.

The bathroom in the papal room is equipped with emitters inside the washbasin, cabinet and mirror. This allows esi to neutralize the microbial loads that normally proliferate in humid environments.

In the suite, the esi emitter is positioned in the base of the bed. The antimicrobial action continuously sanitizes the mattress, sheets, blankets, and pillows. Any unpleasant odors are neutralized, creating a significant improvement in general comfort.