Crave, Interel combine technologies for room control

Crave deployed its first live Interel integration in The Ruby Collection on the Gold Coast of Australia. Photo credit: Crave Interactive

UK-based Crave Interactive has partnered with global guestroom control provider Interel to deliver a seamless room control experience for guests using Crave’s in-room tablets.

By integrating the Interel room-control API into Crave guestroom tablets, Crave offers its clients a range of room controls at the guest’s fingertips that include control of lighting, temperature, drapery, privacy and staff service requests, all controlled from Crave’s guest tablet.

Innovating the in-room control space, Interel transforms today’s hotel room into a future-ready platform with an infrastructure that adapts to technology needs and guest demands over time. The company provides a powerful API for controls that efficiently manage control of an entire hotel guestroom.

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“The guest experience, including how the guest interacts with in-room technology and features, is of the utmost importance to Interel,” Interel CEO Florian Gallini said in a statement. “Our partnership with Crave provides guests with more options for controlling their environment, leading to an improved experience overall.”

Crave deployed its first live Interel integration in The Ruby Collection on the Gold Coast of Australia, allowing guests to control the room ambiance.

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