As technology continues to transform our everyday lives, hotels around the globe are taking the opportunity to implement truly awe-inspiring technology into their rooms.
This technology not only impresses the guests who stay at these luxe properties, but it also adds an element of convenience that improves the guest experience in ways not seen before in the hotel industry.
At the Hotel 1000 in Seattle, for example, electronic doorbells have been installed in guest rooms that can scan the room and identify if a guest is present with heat technology. According to Travel Tripper, if housekeeping and other hospitality staff members identify someone in the room, they simply leave the guest be. No more “Housekeeping!” knocks on the door when you are resting peacefully on the first morning of your vacation!
At Yotel in New York City, there’s a premier suite at the property that features a luxurious king-sized bed that can rotate toward the panoramic window in the morning, giving guests pristine views of the Big Apple’s skyline. If guests prefer to watch a show or movie, however, they can stream their favorite multimedia content on the impressive techno walls in the room.
While these are certainly impressive technological feats, they obviously are not possible for every hotel. However, even as a small hotel operator, there are technological advancements that you can implement at your property. Here’s what the average guest is looking for out of hotel room technology:
Technology is playing an increasingly important role in the overall travel experience, particularly in hotels, motels and bed and breakfast properties. To learn more about the technology options that can improve your small hotel and to keep up-to-date on industry trends, subscribe to our blog today.
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