New technologies are used more and more in on a day-to-day basis. They allow us to access more information faster, communicate, navigate, register our physical activity and so much more.
New technology has also arrived at hotels; for example, tablets that allow visitors to communicate with the reception desk are now available in some rooms of the NH Hotel Eurobuilding in Madrid. In the future, we will be able to control a multimedia system in the bathroom mirror with our mobile, without needing radios or speakers to listen to our favourite music. The use of desks will probably diminish as clients find it much more comfortable to work from their beds with a laptop or tablet. We may also be saying goodbye to baths as the future client prefers to have showers, as well as having hard flooring in more hotels instead of carpet, as they are perceived as the ‘cleanest carpets’. Not to mention the increase of health awareness, so these days it is very common for hotels to offer sport and health facilities such as gym apparatus, yoga mats, balls and weights. In the future, we’ll be using intelligent TVs that can regulate the temperature and lights in the bedrooms.
Technology is growing at a fast rate and will continue to change our lives. Hotels need to constantly innovate and apply new technologies in order to accommodate new clients and increase their comfort.
Tuesday 13 January 2015 12:12 | Published by Hotelopiauk | Category: Travel News