Topic: Guestroom Assistant
The San Francisco hotel added Volara-powered Alexa technology in every guestroom and an Atari Pong table to its Zetta suite.
Guests can control room temperature, lights and the TV by speaking commands to any voice assistant selected by the hotel.
Volara’s voice-based conversation-management software will connect Moda by voice command to relevant property technologies.
Travelers can adjust room temperature, lights and drapes by speaking commands to any voice assistant selected by the hotel.
Hotspot 2.0 compatibility adds simplified authentication of Wi-Fi-enabled guest devices and secure connectivity for users of the virtual assistant.
Today’s energy-management systems use occupancy sensors and sophisticated software to completely automate the task.
The integrated experience allows users to make requests, control the room environment and access information.
A total of 100 artificial-intelligence-powered Club InterContinental suites will be available at InterContinental hotels across China within the year.
The hotel TV smart ecosystem enables end users to work with a range of external partners, including Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.
Guests have a direct channel of communication to a hotel’s various departments and services via integration with the property's PMS and POS platforms.