Worldhotels installs keyless entry technology

Guests at Worldhotels properties such Antares Hotel Accademia in Milan, Italy, will have keyless access to their hotel rooms.

Worldhotels has partnered with OpenKey to offer an experience-focused technology platform with a mobile access solution at 350 independent upscale hotel properties around the world. Guests at Worldhotels properties with convenient keyless access to their hotel rooms, resulting in more guest satisfaction and loyalty.

Along with convenient keyless room access, Worldhotels properties will be able to offer guests the OpenKey app for conveniences including obtaining directions to the property, booking amenities, notifying hotels of early or late arrival, and more. The environment will also benefit, as OpenKey technology eliminates the need for disposable plastic keys. OpenKey also has the potential to greatly expand its geographic reach with Worldhotels.

“With OpenKey, each of our properties has the ability to enhance its experience by placing access to a range of services and amenities right in the hands of guests,” said Markus Müller, VP of global sales of Worldhotels, in a statement.

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Part of Associated Luxury Hotels, Worldhotels is dedicated to empowering the true independence of hotels all around the world. With its wide reach, the group targets savvy business and leisure travelers that seek and authentic local experience when choosing a hotel. Among Worldhotels comprehensive range of products and services are global marketing, sales, training services, quality experience measurements, hotel business consultancy, operational support, e-commerce services, and state-of-the-art distribution and technology.

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