Malibu Beach Inn adopts OpenKey's mobile key app

Malibu Beach Inn

Malibu Beach Inn, a Mani Brothers property, nestled along "Billionaire's Beach" in Malibu, will install OpenKey's mobile key technology to provide their guests with keyless access to their rooms directly from their smartphones. In addition to being a mobile key, the OpenKey app will allow Malibu Beach Inn guests to skip the front desk and check-in directly from their mobile phone.

The app also provides directions to the property, ability to book amenities, call the front desk staff, as well as send an update should they be arriving late.

"We are committed to bringing cutting edge technology to all of our hospitality projects and are thrilled to have the sophistication of mobile key technology for our guests at our first property, the Malibu Beach Inn," said Gregory Day, president of hospitality for Mani Brothers Real Estate. "As one of the most well-respected boutique hotels on the Pacific Coast, we strive to provide our guests with the optimum hotel stay experience. Adding OpenKey contributes to that effort and is one of many ways we are doing this today."

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