One Ocean launches partnership with OpenKey

One Ocean installs OpenKey's mobile access.

One Ocean, Atlantic Beach, Fla., selected OpenKey to provide mobile keyless entry for guests. The partnership builds upon One Ocean’s fully luxurious guest experience, adding practicality and convenience, as well as being economic and eco-friendly.

The OpenKey app will enable seamless room access for guests of One Ocean pairing with dormakaba digital locks, while also reducing the resort’s carbon footprint through elimination of disposable plastic keycards. OpenKey’s technology will serve as a go-to resource for conveniences such as directions to the property, amenity booking, and notification of early or late arrival to the property.

“The technology is a step forward in the anticipatory service that we provide our guests, seamlessly complementing our onsite programming and better enabling us to ensure extraordinary luxuries from the moment of – and even prior to – their arrival at our beautiful, oceanfront location,”  David Mariotti, GM of One Ocean, said in a news release. 

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Luxury and convenience are at the heart of the One Ocean experience. The Forbes 4-Star-rated resort offers oceanfront beach access, a beachside heated swimming pool, award-winning dining at the signature restaurant Azurea, plus preferred tee times on the 18-hole Mark McCumber Royal Course at Queen’s Harbour Yacht and Country Club in nearby Jacksonville.

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