Club Quarters Hotels launches Ariane Systems’ self-service check-in/out

Club Quarters Hotel, Trafalgar Square, London
Club Quarters Hotel, Trafalgar Square, London

Club Quarters Hotels will provide all of its 18 properties in the U.S. and five in the U.K. with self-service check-in from Ariane Systems. With full-service private hotels located in prime city center locations, Club Quarters Hotels can continue to ensure that its members and guests enjoy convenience and privacy, allowing them to bypass the front desk to obtain a room key.

Guests issue their own guestroom access key at designated self-service stations provided by Ariane Systems and immediately begin enjoying their hotel stay experience.

Initially partnering with Ariane Systems in 2012 to create a tailor made self check-in solution for its hotels in London, Club Quarters Hotels has now expanded the initiative to include all 18 remaining hotels located within the U.S. The decision to offer the Ariane solution portfolio-wide was due to the customized hardware offering as well as the immensely positive reception and success observed at the company’s UK hotels.

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Fully integrated into each hotel’s property-management system, each kiosk is able to provide full check-in and checkout support while being able to accept secure, PMS-driven credit card payments. The solution also supports both RFID and magnetic keycard systems from ASSA ABLOY Hospitality, Kaba Ilco and Saflok, among others.

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