The Godfrey Hotel Boston adds mobile key access

Godfrey Hotel Boston

The Godfrey Hotel Boston is offering its guests digital key room access via OpenKey’s app. OpenKey allows guests authorized and secure access to their hotel room from their smartphone or mobile device. Travelers have access to their room and additional conveniences to customize their stay via the app.

Guests can download the app directly onto their mobile device, check in on their way from the airport and go straight to their room while enjoying the convenience and security of smartphone room access. With the recent release of OpenKey Version 2.0, guests are able to manage their check-in, call the front desk directly, confirm their identity with an ID capture for security and send their estimated time of arrival to the hotel.  

“We want to provide the very best digital guest experience possible,” said Justin Tait, director of operations at The Godfrey Hotel Boston. “The hotel industry is evolving and technology has a big role in that. We are excited to have a partner with a hospitality technology platform that supports our needs and can be implemented into our existing BLE locks.”

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The Godfrey Hotel Boston is a 242-room lifestyle boutique hotel in Boston's burgeoning Downtown Crossing neighborhood, which opened in February.

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