ME Dubai partners with InnSpire

ME Dubai is expected to open in 2020 in Dubai's Opus Building. Photo credit: InnSpire

ME by Melia has implemented InnSpire’s full stack of connectivity and guest-engagement products at the ME Dubai, which is scheduled to open in 2020. InnSpire's digital solutions work collaboratively to allow for guest control over their entire travel experience, from guestroom access to temperature and lighting. 

InnSpire's offerings at the ME Dubai will include the company's full-featured guest journey app, its InnCable in-room TV solution and the property's Wi-Fi network.

In order to offer the smart TV experience without limiting the property's choice of television hardware, the ME Dubai is adopting InnSpire's proprietary InnCable platform. Because the cable itself is a self-contained internet protocol TV set-top-box, InnCable allows hotels to flexibly allow smart TV capabilities anywhere on property, using virtually any screen available.

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ME by Melia is a lifestyle hotel brand that draws inspiration from international cuisine, music, fashion and design. The brand's Dubai hotel has been designed by architect Zaha Hadid, and the operations are led by GM Stefan Viard.

“The integrations in the project puts a very high demand on seamlessness and smooth operation,” Viard said in a statement. “We are looking forward to a guest journey tied together by the InnSpire App, the TVs and the multiple interfaces that allow guests to communicate with us and experience the hotel on their own terms.”

The property is expected to open in 2020 in Dubai's Opus Building and will offer 93 guestrooms, the Suite ME and 98 private apartments.

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