McCarren Hotel & Pool debuts OpenKey’s mobile key technology

McCarren Hotel & Pool is upgrading its offerings to include keyless room access. Photo credit: OpenKey

McCarren Hotel & Pool in Brooklyn, N.Y., has unveiled keyless room access powered by OpenKey technology. OpenKey will support the McCarren’s efforts in delivering an unparalleled experience to its digital native guests.

“At McCarren, we have earned a reputation for being cutting-edge and providing top-of-the line experiences for today’s trendsetting traveler,” James McCue, director of operations, said in a statement. “Partnering with OpenKey was crucial if we are to maintain our distinction, respond to the needs of our guests and remain mindful of evolving times.”
 
With OpenKey’s technology, hotel guests can use their smartphone to check in or out at their leisure, access hotel amenities and enjoy enhanced security via mobile keyless entry. In addition to empowering guests with a quick touch of a button, OpenKey also helps hoteliers reduce their carbon footprint by eliminating the need for plastic key cards.

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