We have over 100 year experience supplying elevators and escalators to hotels worldwide. Using the latest technology, we bring a new look and feel, enhanced security, in-car entertainment and exceptional performance that’s matched to guests’ needs and individual hotel layouts.
Our elevators and escalators deliver guests to their rooms quietly, efficiently and comfortably, and can be designed flexibly to form a valuable complement to your hotel’s interior design.
Seamless, comfortable mobility. Designed to meet Swiss standards of precision, Schindler hotel elevators ensure a swift, reliable and informative ride for guests, to their room, reception or any in-hotel facility.
Tailored solutions. It’s a major challenge to design or rebuild a hotel to meet the needs of staff and guests alike. We can help. Our infotainment systems can display meeting room capacity, and Schindler’s PORT Technology access control system can reserve elevators for special occasions and guests.
Efficient operation. We balance maximum operation efficiency with minimum energy consumption. We use the latest technology and preventive maintenance to ensure reliable operation. Our regenerative drives and LED technology save energy for greener operation.
The installed Schindler 5500 passenger elevator works with energy recovery: It converts braking energy into electricity. In addition, it has a drive technology that consumes 30 percent less energy than comparable elevators. Energy-saving LED lighting and a 50 percent reduction in the weight of the drive and suspension elements compared to conventional systems with steel cables further minimize energy consumption.
aquaTurm Hotel Radolfzell, Germany
Tailored for hotel operation
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Modernization ensures continued functionality, safety, comfort and compliance with changing official regulations. Schindler offers replacements for elevator and escalator systems or step-by-step transformations for specific parts – solutions that protect your investment for the long-term.