Hotel Alessandra is leveraging new hotel technology including wearables and hotel management software to streamline and elevate staff communications.
Hotel technology gets a boost from task management smartwatch apps that enable smoother, faster guest service than ever.
Unlocked devices bring rugged design, better security, faster training and a reliable platform to retail inventory management.
Wearables in venue management improve back-end operations, drive staff efficiency and improve the guest experience.
Hotel Alessandra embraces the wearables in hotels trend to simplify communication, increase efficiency and enhance the guest experience.
Beer Park by Budweiser, a large outdoor bar and grill perched over the legendary Las Vegas Boulevard, needed bright displays to show sports programming. In order to compete with hundreds of dining and entertainment options, the TV viewing experience had to be world-class. Samsung displays have scored with sports-loving customers at Beer Park. The bright displays provide a world-class sports viewing experience throughout the day and night – from almost any viewing angle.
Kalahari Resorts and Conventions needed a new generation of hospitality TVs and management technology to meet the changing needs and expectations of guests. The TVs needed to provide easy connectivity to guest devices like tablets and streaming devices and be resilient to harsh conditions at Kalahari’s indoor waterpark. Kalahari deployed over 1,500 Samsung Hospitality TVs throughout its Pocono Mountains resort in the guest rooms, cabanas, bar, and lobby.
Cruise lines are banking on next-gen, high-tech cruise ship technology to deliver a connected, personalized experience that keeps passengers coming back.
How Samsung's Connected Spaces all-in-one, IoT-ready pop-up store can give retailers deep insights about what's happening in "data dark" physical spaces.
Hospitality managers whose jobs don't fit neatly into laptop or tablet use cases have found their match with 2-in-1s, the next-gen hospitality technology.