Maldives resort adopts guest connectivity platform

Cheval Blanc Randheli's partnership with InnSpire includes the company's guest-facing services. Photo credit: InnSpire

Cheval Blanc Randheli has selected InnSpire to provide its full suite of guest connectivity and digital guest journey solutions across the property. The private island resort in the Maldives now provides guests with full control over their travel experience, including mobile guestroom access, entertainment, TV, Chromecast, temperature control and lighting.

InnSpire's partnership with the resort includes the company's guest-facing services, consisting of InnSpire's mobile app, a connected TV and entertainment experience, a movie library and networking services. 

"We are delighted to have partnered with InnSpire to create a flawless in-room entertainment environment for our guests,” IT manager Nevis Fernando said in a statement. “With access to our extensive media library, full streaming and mirroring capabilities through our immersive connected TV experience and its user-friendly mobile app, Cheval Blanc Randheli now expands its art de recevoir hospitality to every corner of the guest experience. The team's vision and hands-on support have proven precious during the entire installation and on-going maintenance.”


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Cheval Blanc Randheli is operated by LVMH Hotel Management. Located on the Noonu Atoll, the property consists of 46 villas, five restaurants and bars, a spa and kids' and teens' clubs.

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