In addition to bluetooth-enabled wireless room keys, the property also implemented mobile guest access points that includes elevators, concierge areas and external hotel entry doors.
Beyond temperature and humidity, the new sensor arrays will report excessive noise levels, bad air quality and more, giving hotel staff a chance to fix small problems before they escalate.
Solution prompts eligible guests to check in online the day prior to their booked stay by sending an automated email, which also allows for reviewing or changing reservation details, adding additional conveniences such as breakfast or parking passes, and paying online.
Benefits of the optimized built-in TV content management solution include saving hotel energy and costs, real-time monitoring of rooms and allowing guests to have total in-room control.
Ten distinct technologically-driven trends are identified and examined for the hospitality industry.
The lighting, heating and even the Smart TV can be controlled via the hub app.
The property management system solutions provider is also highlighting its cloud-based Maestro Web PMS and its new subscription pricing plan to lower the entrance cost.
With more consumers wanting to take their streaming content with them when they travel, the hotel chain is making the rollout of the internet television station a priority.
The platform is expected to drive both in-store and online engagement of the QSR brand.
New app enables guests of the luxury hotel chain to customize stay on the go.