The new digital information system provides guests with a panel of information ranging from menus, opening hours and reservation contacts for the hotel's five restaurants and
Some of the possible usages include guidance for how to use in-room devices, enquire about laundry services or concierge services, consult in-room dining menus or even request a personalized flower arrangement from the hotel's floral designer.
The feature is available at no cost throughout the entire hotel and outdoor spaces, whether using a mobile device, a laptop or one of the hotel's computers. All guests connecting to the hotel's wifi network or in-room high-speed internet will be redirected to the Guest Information System with a direct link.
The newly-introduced solution responds to technology-savvy travelers who expect to find state-of-the-art tools, room amenities and business services when travelling, and allows them to select their preferred mode of communication within the hotel. Providing this new service is another step forward in the luxury hotel's ongoing goal to deliver outstanding services and create truly memorable experiences.
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