2- Con­nected Ho­tels

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smart­phone,” says Qatar area man­ager at Starwood. The ho­tel also en­ables book­ings made via Twit­ter, through its on­line reser­va­tion ‘Tweeps’ - the first plat­form of its kind in the Mid­dle East.

Em­ploy­ing tech also means that guests are able to hy­per­cus­tomise ev­ery de­tail of their stay. Dubai’s star-bou­tique ho­tel, Suba Ho­tels rolled out its room au­to­ma­tion sys­tem, al­low­ing guests full con­trol over their in-room pref­er­ences, from the con­ve­nience of a tablet. And it doesn’t stop here - house­keep­ing staff are also equipped with de­vices that in­te­grate with the ho­tel’s property man­age­ment sys­tem, so that guests can no­tify

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em­ploy­ees of their cur­rent room sta­tus and other is­sues re­lated to their stay.

Un­like other ho­tels, the Vida Down­town Dubai, does not even re­quire guests to down­load its app—in­stead, they able to ac­cess a num­ber of ho­tel func­tions and or­der room ser­vice, us­ing any de­vice or screen on the ho­tel premise in­clud­ing their own mo­bile phone.

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