Miami JW Marriott resort updates tech platform

Integrated with Google, Yelp and OpenTable, Nuvola’s Concierge provides all of the tools necessary for a luxury guest-services team. Photo credit: Nuvola

Recognizing the potential technology holds to create a more elevated guest experience, JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa has partnered with Nuvola to develop a custom-designed guest-services department through Nuvola's Concierge module. The module works as a digital extension of the hotel's concierge team, allowing staff to manage reservations, guest itineraries and additional daily tasks efficiently and effectively in real-time.
“The concierge department is one of the most instrumental teams of a resort with the sole purpose of creating an exceptional experience for our guests,” VP/managing director Jeffrey Klein said in a statement. “We are thrilled to be working with a solutions provider that is dedicated to offering comprehensive solutions to enhance these core services. Since deploying Nuvola’s Concierge, we have seen an increase in ease of daily task management for our staff and hence the customer satisfaction for our guests.”
Integrated with Google, Yelp and OpenTable, Nuvola’s Concierge seamlessly provides all of the tools necessary for a luxury guest-services team, including unique accessibility from mobile devices. The easy-to-use module creates a stronger line of direct communication that improves interdepartmental coordination, increases productivity and upgrades the overall guest experience.
Nuvola’s Concierge module is user-friendly, intuitive, requires minimum training and comes with 24/7 in-house customer support. With easy implementation and consistent upgrades to the product, the hotel has been able to incorporate a custom-tailored solution to fit its specific needs.

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