Le Bonne Entente installs Crave in-room tablets

Tablet content can be presented in French or English, allowing Le Bonne Entente guests to select their personal preference. Photo credit: Crave Interactive

Le Bonne Entente Hotel in Québec City, Québec, has added Crave Interactive’s in-room tablets. The luxury hotel recently installed Crave’s 8-inch T-mini tablets and charging docks in all of its 160 rooms including 60 luxurious suites. The in-room tablets serve as an all-in-one digital directory and ordering solution for all of the hotel's amenities including roomservice, spa services, dining reservations and much more. Content can be presented in French or English, allowing the guest to select their personal preference.

“It's really important for us to be at the forefront of the hospitality innovations in order to offer the best services to our guest,” said Alain April, Le Bonne Entente Hotel co-owner and GM, in a statement. “Crave Interactive allows us to interact more effectively with our customers and we definitely love it.”

With the installation of Crave in-room tablets, the luxury property will be able to grow revenues and lower in-room expenses, all while enhancing the guests' experience by offering all of its amenities at the touch of a button.


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