David Noble speaks to staff at London’s Hotel Rafayel about Bluewater purified water
London’s Hotel Rafayel is one of the world’s first environmentally-conscious luxury hotels.
Hotel Rafayel embraces cutting edge green technologies to minimise environmental impact without compromising 5-star luxury, quality or comfort.
Incorporating the latest technological advances in LED lighting, air conditioning and rainwater harvesting enables the hotel to reduce the 70kg carbon footprint of the average London hotelguest by 20%.
David Noble: So tell me – do you like the water from Bluewater?
Chef: Yes it’s very nice water.
David Noble: Is it good to cook with?
The hotel uses 2 Bluewater Pro water purifiers in its kitchen and central bar, enabling it to ban plastic single-use bottles.
David Noble: So tell me – do you like the Bluewater?
Waitress: Yes of course I love it.
David Noble: What’s so special about it?
Waitress: It’s a clear water. Pure, clear water. Very healthy.
Bluewater Cleone water purifiers are also installed in the hotel gym and staff room.
David Noble: So tell me, Ian, you work here at Hotel Rafayel, what do you think of the water?
Ian: The water is great. It’s just like fresh water from the spring mountain. It’s so nice and refreshing. Really great.
David Noble: Do you think it makes a difference from ordinary bottled water?
Ian: It tastes just the same to me to be honest with you. Just like bottled water but I don’t buy bottled water anymore since I’ve been working here. It’s very good.
David Noble: Compared to the tap water – what do you think of it?
Ian: Tap water I don’t drink.
Visit their website at http://www.hotelrafayel.com