Pestana Amsterdam Riverside installs upgraded Wi-Fi

The Nonius interactive TV system offers multiple information and entertainment options. Photo credit: Nonius

Pestana Amsterdam Riverside, the newest hotel from the Pestana Hotel Group and a luxury hotel in the heart of Amsterdam, opened equipped with guest internet access and IPTV products from Nonius. Nonius is the Pestana’s global preferred guest technology partner and more than 70 Pestana hotels around the world have already installed Nonius’ technologies.

The Nonius GIA system allows guests to connect seamlessly via any laptop, smartphone or tablet and offers a safe and stable internet connection. The Pestana login portal was especially designed for mobile support and requires only a single login procedure for the whole stay.

The Nonius interactive TV system allows multiple information and entertainment options with access to high-quality content. Due to the partnership with Dutch TV provider Ziggo, TV and radio channels are provided over fiber and managed by the Nonius Backend appliance. Additionally, a selection of international TV channels are available via satellite through Nonius IPTV streamers.

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Nonius provides 24/7/365 technical support hotline and a dashboard for guest technology status/statistics and reports. The dashboard is dedicated to the hotel group and staff and provides a personalized view on relevant information to their roles and operations in the hotel. Nonius Dashboard gives access to status, alarms, usage and statistics of all the solutions used by guests.

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