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Premier Inn Hotel, Edinburgh.
Hotel Circadian Lighting Installation

When picturing a hotel room, our minds often conjure images of stunning views and ample natural light streaming through large windows. However, what if your hotel has basement rooms? The absence of natural light may seem like a disadvantage, but with the advent of circadian daylight windows, this perception is changing. A circadian daylight window can transform a basement hotel room into a welcoming and rejuvenating space.

Natural light plays a vital role in regulating our body's internal clock, known as the circadian rhythm. It influences our sleep-wake cycle, mood, and overall well-being. In a basement hotel room, the absence of direct sunlight can disrupt this delicate balance. However, with a circadian daylight window, the room can simulate natural light, providing the numerous benefits associated with it.

Working with Premier Inn, Kazzar Lighting and Controls were able to recommend the perfect daylight window for the basement rooms in Edinburgh. The Light Cognitive Horizon is easy to install (it can be installed on or in a wall like a painting) and it has transformed the basement hotel rooms. The daylight window is designed to mimic natural daylight patterns. This innovative lighting system supports the body's internal clock, promoting better sleep, increased energy, and improved mood.

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The Light Cognitive Horizon daylight window has been designed to mimic the natural sun and sky settings specific to your location and time of day. Additionally, guests have the flexibility to personalise their wake-up experience by setting their preferred time, allowing the 'window' to gradually transition to daylight according to their chosen wake-up time.