People are already used to personalization and mobile control at home. Many are using personal assistants such as Alexa, Siri, and others. Google home products are allowing people greater levels of control than ever before. And these devices collect tons of data on owners in order to anticipate their needs. How can hotels offer a similar experience? The key will be personalization.
Imagine this scenario. You check into your hotel room from a mobile app, which proceeds to give you a room number. Automated room features now going into action to meet your preferences. For example, your favorite Spotify playlist may begin playing on the Bluetooth speaker. The curtains are automatically open to give you the full city view you like to enjoy. The TV displays a personalized message to welcome you to the hotel. When you use your phone to open the door to the room, everything is already the way you want it. Even the lights are at the proper brightness level, and the room is the perfect temperature.
As a hotelier, you probably realize that this room of the future is closer than most people think. How can you keep up without committing to tech that may not be scalable for the future wants and needs of guests? Venus would like to introduce you to a device called CIRQ+.
Comfort Controls in the Palm of a Guest’s Hand
While CIRQ+ can’t do everything in our futuristic scenario, it gets a guest much closer to this ideal than he or she may think possible. From an app to control the thermostat and lighting to a Bluetooth speaker and wireless charging capabilities, CIRQ+ is a small device that is placed in each room to offer modern conveniences to guests.
At the same time, you save money while the device improves your operating costs and reduces the hotel’s energy consumption. And it is an expandable system, so when new tech is added in the future, you don’t have to start over to offer the latest perks to guests. To learn more, call Venus at 800.421.6599, or you can request a quote online.
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