Netherlands ParkHotel installs OpenKey mobile technology

Parkhotel Valkenburg

ParkHotel, Valkenburg, Netherlands, has installed OpenKey technology platform. The Parkhotel is the first international hotel to provide guests the convenience of a digital key via the OpenKey app.

At the Parkhotel, the OpenKey technology platform is integrated with the KABA BLE lock system. Through the OpenKey app, guests are able to securely access to their hotel room, check-in ahead of time and notify the hotel of their arrival time - making late check-in manageable for hotels.

"Parkhotel is all about making guests' stay as easy and enjoyable as we can," said Suzanne Bohlander, general manager at Parkhotel Valkenburg. "The hospitality world is evolving and we want to stay at the top. Implementing OpenKey's mobile key technology adds to our level of sophistication."

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Originally designed in 1892 by renowned Dutch architect Cuypers, the 82-room hotel opened in 2012 weaving together modern luxury and charming history, which creates an inviting environment for guests. Surrounded by nature, the Parkhotel Valkenburg is centrally located near the center of Valkenburg, providing guests the opportunity to discover local restaurants, castles, bike the hills of Limburg and enjoy a boat ride along the Maas river.

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