Boston Four Seasons upgrades entertainment platform

Four Seasons One Dalton Street implemented X1 for hospitality from Comcast. Photo credit: Comcast Business

Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston has implemented Comcast Business’ X1 for hospitality, enabling guests to access the entertainment platform they have at home while on the road.
 
Recognizing that a best-in-class digital engagement is a key component of this overall experience, the newest Boston hotel has partnered with Comcast Business to enhance its guests’ entertainment experience. The hotel implemented X1 for Hospitality as well as hospitality voice and ethernet dedicated internet services for reliable connectivity across the property.
 
The One Dalton Street location is not the only Four Seasons to partner with Comcast Business. Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Center also includes X1 in each of its 219 guestrooms.
 
With X1 for Hospitality, guests can easily tap into 300 channel options, a free library of more than 50,000 TV shows and movies on demand and record live programming with digital video recorder functionalities. The X1 voice remote, available in each of the 215 guestrooms, enables easy search functionality as well as bilingual and accessibility menus. Each guestroom also comes equipped with a tablet dedicated to accessing hotel services through the Four Seasons application. The platform is integrated with the hotel’s property-management system, ensuring that a user’s history is automatically cleared at check out.
  
“We’re thrilled to be working in partnership with Comcast in order to provide our hotel guests with the highest quality in-room technology, entertainment and connectivity,” Reed Kandalaft, the hotel's GM, said in a statement. “We understand that the Four Seasons traveler values digital tools that make their lives easier.  Our partnership with Comcast, as well as our own technologies such as our award-winning mobile app, are allowing us to give luxury travelers what they are looking for.”

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