At this time, Fitwel does not offer a scorecard directly applicable to hotel projects.
This is because the primary occupants of hotels are guests who are naturally transient, staying only a few days at a time on average. This limits the ability of a property to have any meaningful health impact on guests during their stay. Where a hotel property can have an impact is on the routine and regular occupants who are employed by the hotel - since they spend significantly more time within the property. For this reason, we authorize the use of Fitwel's Retail scorecard, which addresses the administrative and common spaces available to employees. The regular occupants will be considered the occupants and building staff of the owner/management-occupied office spaces only.
Importantly, a hotel property that achieves certification with the Fitwel Retail scorecard will not be recognized as a Fitwel certified hotel, and the hotel rooms would not be included within the certification. Instead, such a project is recognized as a certified workspace.
You can learn more about the applicability of Fitwel's scorecards to a wide range of project types in Fitwel's Submission Workbook.