Vacationers and business travelers alike are seeking the same thing in a hotel room: a comfortable place to rest and recharge. But if you have allergies or asthma, the challenge of finding such a hotel is nothing to sneeze at.
We wanted to find out which major cities and hotels provide the most allergy-friendly accommodations, so we partnered with AllerPassMD, an independent consumer rating organization, on a research project to do just that. Read on to find out all about allergy-free travel, and you can visit AllerPassMD.com to find hypoallergenic hotel ratings for specific cities.
Before you plan your next trip - be it for business, pleasure, or a little bit of both — prime yourself with The Allergic Traveler’s Companion Guide.
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To protect yourself from harmful allergens when you’re not traveling, both IQAir and Austin Air make exceptional HEPA filtration air purifiers. You can also check out a single room dehumidifier to control humidity levels and prevent mold growth in your bathrooms and utility room.