D.C.'s Georgetown Inn adds automated mobile key

The Georgetown Inn in Washington, D.C., now offer guests an improved check-in experience and the convenience of a room key on their smartphone. Photo credit: OpenKey

The historic Georgetown Inn in Washington, D.C., part of the Georgetown Collection, is offering guests a faster check-in experience with OpenKey’s automated mobile key technology. 

The newly renovated hotel offers 96 boutique-style rooms and suites, each with upscale furnishings and modern lifestyle amenities. The Georgetown is located near downtown Washington, D.C., minutes from the Potomac River and steps away from popular shopping and attractions.
 
“At the Georgetown Inn, we have a longstanding tradition of hospitality,” Georgetown Inn owner Nayan Patel said in a statement. “With the addition of OpenKey, we now offer guests an improved check-in experience and the convenience of a room key on their smartphone. We think our guests will really enjoy experiencing the latest in hotel technology surrounded by the midcentury charm of our historic property.”
 
While the automated mobile key delivery feature makes the check-in process quicker, the OpenKey app can improve the entire guest experience. The keyless entry app allows hotel guests to check in and out remotely, receive room assignments in advance, get directions to and from the hotel, receive hotel Wi-Fi access information and more. Throughout their stay, guests no longer use plastic keycards since mobile keys are securely available on their smartphones.

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