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Marriott, Samsung and Legrand Unveil Future Hotel Room


As technology continues to evolve and play an increasingly active role in our daily lives, Marriott has teamed with Samsung and Legrand to launch the hospitality industry’s Internet of Things (IoT) hotel room to inspire the ultimate hotel experience of the future.

The IoT Guestroom Lab explores concepts that have the potential to elevate the guest experience, create more efficient hotel room design and construction, and contribute to Marriott’s global sustainability efforts and goals.

As the hospitality industry’s “smart” hotel room, the Lab allows multiple responsive IoT systems, devices and applications to communicate with one another to serve guests and optimize hotel operations.

The technology inside the IoT Guestroom Lab allows, for instance, a user to ask a virtual assistant for a 6:30 AM wake-up alarm, to start a yoga routine all by voice or app.

Marriott is working towards a future where hotel owners would have a seamless, transparent and flexible end-to-end solution with minimal equipment, while customers would enjoy an integrated experience with access to their own data and information, as well as accessible voice and mobile-optimized controls.

Following the three-month-long IoT Guestroom Lab, Marriott, Samsung and Legrand will analyze feedback to continue innovating with IoT technology.

Consumers will start to see elements of the technology in hotel rooms within the next five years.

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