63% of guests prefer smart hotels that have tech-enabled lobbies like self-service check-in with touchscreen capabilities (according to a Software Advice survey). Big brands like Hilton and Marriott have already introduced game-changing concepts like voice activation and presence-sensing technology to make a personalized impression. As people begin to expect at least the same level of technology in hotels that they have in their homes, hotel brands are partnering with leaders like Legrand and Samsung to transform the guest experience like never before. It’s now incredibly important for hoteliers and designers to understand what smart hotels are and what potential lies in capitalizing on these new technologies.
- The definition of a smart hotel and why it matters for hotels and their guests
- How smart hotels will change the way hotels are managed and designed
- What leading technology is going to be a part of the smart hotel revolution
- How to get started with smart hotel technology for your property
Senior Manager of Hospitality Sales
Legrand, North America
Nancy leads market development activities and grows the sales of electrical products, lighting controls and room management systems in North America by establishing executive level relationships with large hotel chains, as well as the largest developers and owners of hotel properties. She began engaging with the hospitality market in her previous role with the adorne collection by Legrand.