Keyword: Samsung Electronics
Guestroom TVs are much more than just a way to watch shows and movies. They have become interactive devices that inform, control and entertain.
Legrand’s smart lighting leverages Samsung’s Artik cloud services to allow connection with existing smart home solutions.
The product combines the Alice hotel platform and a Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch to help hospitality workers enhance productivity and guest service.
Finnish-based Original Sokos Hotel Kaarle has deployed the smartroom TV from Hibox to offer its guests modern, online TV and interactive services.
Unique buildings are a strong value proposition in today's hotel market, but the process of transforming one into a hotel isn't always smooth.
Today’s guestroom televisions use technology to make it easier for guests to watch a variety of options, including streaming content from guests’ mobile devices.
There are a number of the guestroom TV viewing options available nowadays, but which are guests most interested in? The answer: All of them.
Hoteliers can benefit from substantial equipment and installation reductions when they bundle the purchase of Samsung Hospitality TVs with a DirecTV Technicolor COM2000 headend system.
Lights, thermostats and more will all be controlled by an almost desktop-like interface built into the TV, which will even remember guest preferences.
With the average hotel TV now 42 inches in size and often a guestroom's focal point, these devices can be tricky to position.