If you’re staying at a super 8 hotel and the temperature outside is about to rise, it might be time to rethink your options.
Hotels in the city are now required to put up “super hot” signs and have to keep an eye on their room temperature and keep the rooms in good repair.
The signs will also inform guests of the room’s temperature at any time.
The city has taken the step because it’s not clear whether hotels are already getting hot enough, or if they’re even using the best technology to keep their rooms hot enough.
If you see a sign that says “super-hot” it means the room is in the top three hot zones in Melbourne, with room temperatures at a maximum of 37.6 degrees.
The average temperature in Melbourne’s super 8 hotels is 41.7 degrees.
But it’s unclear how well hotels have done on the super hot zone.
The super hot zones are: Westgate Shopping Centre, Sunshine, Royal Melbourne, Sunshine Central, Sunshine Plaza, Sunshine Park, Sunspot, Sunstar, Sunshine Town, Sunspots, Sunspring, Sunstone and The Beach.
Melbourne’s hotel rooms are rated at 38.5 degrees, the average in the super 8 zone.
There are two super 8s in the CBD, one in the central business district and one in Richmond.
Some of the hottest rooms in Melbourne have a maximum temperature of 40.1 degrees.
A super 8 room in the Melbourne CBD has a maximum room temperature of 41.1, according to the city.
The Sunshine Park super 8 is rated at 39.9 degrees.
Hotel room temperature is a key consideration in deciding if a room is super hot or not.
If the room temperature reaches the super eight zone, guests will be asked to remove their clothes.
“If the room becomes super hot, guests should immediately remove their clothing and check for signs of condensation and dampness,” the hotel’s website says.
If your hotel doesn’t have any super hot signs, you can check on the temperature at the front desk.
Hotel owners are required to take temperature readings and keep their hotel room in good shape.
Hotel rooms in the Sunshine, Sunshine, Sunsplash and Sunspot super 8 zones will have temperature gauges, but only at the hotel.
“All rooms are required, by law, to have an indoor air-conditioning system,” the city said.
Super 8 rooms can also be checked for leaks. “
Hotels are also required to monitor their rooms temperature every hour.”
Super 8 rooms can also be checked for leaks.
If a room has an indoor water heater, it must be kept at a temperature of 38.2 degrees.
If not, a leak could occur and the room could be subject to a code breach.
The hotel has also implemented measures to prevent guests from leaving the room without first being given a clean.
“For guests to leave the room, they must provide proof of the water heater or air-condenser,” the website says, adding “there is no room for doubt in this matter, as any room can be the subject of a code violation.”