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Acoustic Impact in Hospitality

In restaurants and hotel buildings, many studies were show noise impact on annoyance, privacy, and comfort.

1. A study recognizes that the second most critical problem in restaurants is noise. (Spence, C. Noise and its impact on the perception of food and drink. Flavour 3, 9 (2014). )

2. A study found that noise levels in the majority of subject restaurants had noise levels exceeding those recommended by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration, consisting a high potential for permanent hearing loss. (Christina F. Rusnock & Pamela McCauley Bush (2012) Case Study, Journal of Occupational andEnvironmental Hygiene, 9:6, D108-D113, DOI: 10.1080/15459624.2012.683716)

3. A study on 13 hotels in Kosovo revealed that sound levels in hotels exceed the recommendations posing a significant health risk on the residents. (B. BARITI, I. MALOLLARI, N. LAJCI, M. SADIKU, S. NIKSHIQ-KADRIU, M. ALIU, B. SYLA, P. HOXHA: Assessment of Noise Pollution Risk at Hotels in Mitrovica – Kosovo. J Environ Prot Ecol, 15 (4), 1519 (2014).)

4. A study on accommodation units in Romania revealed that the average noise level surpassed 50dB in the case of all accommodation units (and even 55dB, with a single exception), transcending the limits stipulated by policy. (Cristiana Vîlcea, Mihaela Licurici, and Oana Ionuş. "Correlations between Traffic Noise and Accommodation Units Location in Craiova (Romania)" Procedia Environmental Sciences, vol. 32, 2016. doi:10.1016/j.proenv.2016.03.045)

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