Courtyard by Marriott Irvine Spectrum uses Guest-tek technology

The newly-opened Courtyard by Marriott Irvine Spectrum caters to business travelers with a 5,000-square-foot conference area and well equipped workspaces in the guest rooms.

Guest-tek provided the property’s high-speed Internet, free to guest programming on new Samsung H-Browser smart TVs, and Guest-tek’s myAway, which allows guests to control the TV through their personal electronic devices. Guests can also share content to the TV with their Apple iOS devices.

“Much effort went into anticipating the needs of guests at the Irvine Spectrum,” says Michael Garrett, development manager at R.D. Olson Development. “With their technology features, Guest-tek has become integral to this extensive planning.”

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The Courtyard by Marriott Irvine Spectrum was built by R.D. Olson Construction and is owned and developed by R.D. Olson Development. The eight story hotel overlooks Saddleback Mountain and Laguna Canyon and can accommodate a variety of indoor and outdoor events.

 

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