Samsung 43” HG43EE690 provides a secure private wireless connection between the TV and up to four mobile devices. Guests can transfer personal content, such as music, movies and photos from their mobile devices for viewing on the larger display screen creating the essential ‘home from home’ experience.
Plus the personalised home screen delivers welcome messages, promotional offers and information on local attractions, providing guests with easy access to up to date hotel information for the duration of their stay.
The Holiday Inn, Salisbury-Stonehenge is part of the largest hotel brand family in the world and is an independently managed franchise operation.
"We have now used Pradeep and Global Entertainment Management for two hotel projects and they are efficient, great at what they do and always have the best information at hand," says Nick Rubin, director, Bowling Green Asset Management.
"They are there to provide us with recommendations for the most suitable products so that our guests are always happy. I look forward to continuing our work with Global Entertainment Management."
Global Entertainment Management upgraded the existing infrastructure to accommodate an IP network and supplied and installed 103 flat screen TVs to the hotel’s guest rooms and suites over a five day period to minimise operational disruption and hotel downtime.
According to Pradeep Kotak, UK sales manager, Global Entertainment Management: “With the average person using up to four different mobile devices a day, seamless Wi-Fi connectivity and the latest HD television technology have become ‘in room’ essentials for both business and leisure travellers.
“Guests still prefer to watch content on a TV rather than a mobile device – as long as the television is up to date.
By using the latest TV technology, as we did with this project, hotels can differentiate their offer and elevate the all-important stay experience, something which is a priority in terms of meeting customer expectations and building brand loyalty in an increasingly competitive environment.”