Some minifridge suppliers are promoting the concept of “one look fits all.” This cookie-cutter approach may work for some properties but not for the majority. We believe that aesthetics, customization, and technology can be combined to provide each property with unique, branded minifridges. Our technological innovations contribute to improved customer satisfaction and improved services while reducing overhead costs simultaneously. Innovative fridges are high-quality construction and built for performance. Backed by an industry-leading warranty, all fridges are loaded with features and equipped with an energy-efficient cooling system. Our compact designs boost a silent absorption cooling system and feature solid and glass doors, upper and lower door balconies, adjustable cold cube shelves, reversible doors, metal bodies, and more.
Through Amazon’s “Alexa,” this voice-based guest engagement software results in an innovative and hassle-free way of communicating on the spot during a guest’s on-site experience. Through enabling controls within the hotel that mirror what guests are now deploying within their own home, the hospitality industry demonstrates its willingness to engage with guests’ technology needs and desires while also providing ‘smart’ and sustainable environments. Alexa for Hospitality is an exciting prospect because we can tailor it to each hotel’s services and technology, enhancing the guest experience, not only in improving hotel room functionality but also by connecting to core services. These speakers can also be connected to in-room technology, such as heating, air conditioning, televisions, and lights. Guests would use voice commands to control all of these things from anywhere in the room. Using an Amazon Echo in their room, guests can control and adjust compatible in-room devices like lights, thermostats, blinds, and TVs to their individual preferences or ask Alexa to play music from popular services iHeartRadio and Pandora. Many exciting Alexa for Hospitality features — such as music and smart home — are available out-of-the-box, though hospitality providers may also choose to develop custom skills to customize the guest experience. For example, guests could ask Alexa for information like the Wi-Fi password or fitness center location, request hotel services like room service or housekeeping, call the concierge, and more.