Yotel Boston installs dormakaba electronic locks

The Yotel Boston is situated in the heart of Seaport, Boston’s Innovation District and within sight of Boston Harbor.

Yotel Boston installed dormakaba’s BLE-ready Saflok Quantum RFID electronic locks. Yotel Boston is the third Yotel property to use dormakaba guestroom locks. The 326-cabin Yotel Boston is situated in the heart of Seaport, Boston’s Innovation District and within sight of Boston Harbor.

“Dormakaba has been a partner of Yotel for many years beginning with deployment of access-control systems and locks in our first Yotelair at London Gatwick Airport 10 years ago,” said David Manning, Yotel HQ IT program manager, in a statement.

Yotel also uses dormakaba electronic locks at its New York City property and expects to complete installation of dormakaba locks in Yotel San Francisco hotel in early 2018. All dormakaba RFID locks manufactured today are compatible with IOS and Android smart devices for wider adoption.

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Dormakaba’s mobile-access platform is a secure, open platform that adapts to the business goals and marketing needs of hoteliers while it enhances the guest experience. All dormakaba RFID locks manufactured today are compatible with IOS and Android smart devices for wider adoption.

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