Quinault Beach Resort launches KEYPR

KEYPR's in-room tablets offer access to music streaming and an in-room promotional platform to guests of the Quinault Beach Resort and Casino. Photo credit: KEYPR

Quinault Beach Resort and Casino, the Quinault Indian Nation-owned property in Ocean Shores, Wash., has deployed the first phase of KEYPR’s hospitality platform, with keyless entry to be implemented by May.

“We pride ourselves in offering the serenity of being so close to Ocean Shores while also providing all the upscale amenities of a luxury resort,” said Dean Rubin, director of hospitality at Quinault Beach Resort, in a statement. “As guest needs continue to evolve, we trust that KEYPR’s all-in-one package will ensure we are providing the best user-friendly option when seeking a destination for rest, relaxation, and recreation.”

Quinault guests and staff now have access to a custom mobile app, in-room tablets, and KEYPR’s Guest Experience Management system along with other KEYPR technologies, which combined, will improve operational efficiency, drive new revenue opportunities, and meet the expectations of today’s highly-connected traveler.

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Additionally, in-room tablets offer access to music streaming and a powerful in-room promotional platform which Quinault management can use to share specials, promotions, and events happening in and around the casino. In May, the hotel will launch the second phase of the integration, which includes mobile keyless entry across the entire property—from the indoor and outdoor pools, a full-service spa, and all guestrooms and suites.

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