Why HVAC is needed for Commercial Hotels

When it comes to hotel customer satisfaction, comfort is everything. It’s the first thing guests notice, and, likewise, the first thing they will complain about. But with Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US, you can keep all of your guests happy with quiet and discreet custom comfort for every room or zone, while reducing energy usage and costs.

And with ease of design and installation, minimal required maintenance, superior energy efficiency and long-lasting equipment, your total lifecycle costs will amount to less than you would think.


From guest rooms of various sizes, to wide-open lobbies, to packed ballrooms, to well-used fitness centers — large hotels contain many zones, with different thermal envelopes, in different shapes and sizes, and with different occupancies. As complicated as the problem may seem, the solution is simple — Mitsubishi Electric VRF zoning systems.

VRF heating and cooling systems can be easily customized to provide tailored comfort to each unique space within large, sectioned hotels. This means the fitness area can be tailored for cooler air with greater humidity removal, while the lobby can be less controlled for a more natural, yet comfortable indoor-outdoor environment. And staff or guests can easily set comfort levels within each room or zone for fast, efficient and highly accurate zone control. 

But beyond just comfort guests can feel, your guests will enjoy system operation that is so quiet, they might not even notice it’s running. 


Mitsubishi Electric VRF zoning systems are up to 40% more efficient when compared to conventional systems because they use the minimum amount of energy necessary to maintain comfort levels. System unit sensors actually monitor occupancy for Demand Control Ventilation and other energy-saving equipment operations, which in turn reduces unnecessary energy consumption. These systems can also adjust to partial-load conditions, which occur most of the time. 

Water-source condensing units take advantage of an existing water loop system and provide more efficient cooling and heating. They can also simultaneously cool and heat, which means recovering heat energy that would normally be rejected into a condensing water loop.


Eliminating the need for bulky runs on ductwork, VRF systems are easier to design or modify when compared to conventional systems. With little space required, these VRF zoning systems are compact and can be conveniently located in existing building envelopes. So hotels don’t have to be designed around the constraints of traditional, dated HVAC systems.

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