Greystone Hotels partners with KEYPR for in-room technology

Elan Hotel

San Francisco-based Greystone Hotels has formed a strategic technology partnership with KEYPR to begin offering its cloud-based management solution in all eight of Greystone’s independent boutique hotels. 

Featuring wireless, customized, interactive tablets in each guest room, KEYPR allows hotel guests to order and schedule services, roomservice, view hotel and nearby information, access to customized, relevant promotions, and mobile check-in and check-out. Keyless entry will also be added as part of Phase 2 implementation.

While increasing the ease and efficiency for travelers, KEYPR’s technology also allows hotel management and staff to offer greatly improved efficiencies and access to important guest data, preferences and marketing information via a customizable web-based dashboard.
 
Greystone owns and operates eight independent boutique hotels throughout California. The company has launched KEYPR in their Los Angeles property, the Elan Hotel. Launch in their other locations including properties in San Francisco, Palo Alto, Los Gatos, San Diego, and La Jolla are planned to follow.
 
“Staying on top of the latest technologies and keeping our ears open to what our guests are looking for in an exceptional boutique hotel stay has allowed us to continually stay ahead of the curve when it comes to service,”  said Greystone Hotels President, Eric Horodas.

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