iRiS partners with LUX Resorts

iRiS Software Systems partners with LUX Resorts to provide iRiS' Guest Valet application across all five LUX resorts — LUX Grand Gaube, LUX Belle Mare, LUX Le Morne, LUX Ile de la reunion, LUX Maldives.

"LUX Valet, powered by iRiS, is a step further in our journey to help our guests make the best of their precious holiday time, by providing surprising experiences in stunning natural settings," said Paul Jones, ceo of LUX Resorts. "LUX Valet is also a serious contribution to our sustainable development strategy, Tread Lightly, as it allows for the significant reduction of the amount of paper resorts normally place in the guest bedrooms."

Allowing guests to access and interact with the complete range of facilities and services on offer at LUX resort, iRiS Guest Valet is suited to this philosophy. Designed for a room-based tablet, iRiS Guest Valet is an interactive, application that replaces the traditional guest welcome pack with up-to-date, live destination information.

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The multilingual app enables guests to purchase in-room dining, shop for products both internally and externally, book spa treatments, interact with hotel systems such as the TV or room controls, access local maps and attractions and even airport and flight information.

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