Four Seasons' new flagship hotel to have iPads in every room

By Cruise

In a high-profile note that the suite of tomorrow is very swiftly becoming a reality, the luxury Four Seasons luxury chain has taken the decision to install iPads with self-service system in guest apartments in its soon-to-open flagship hotel.
The fifty-five-story hotel in Toronto is going to open on Oct. 5.
The hotel's iPads are going to prepared by Intelity, the hotel technology company that is based in Orlando, and also operates quite similar system for hotels such as the swanky Hotel Bel-Air in Beverly Hills.
Guests are going to be able to use the new iPads at the Four Seasons Toronto to do about 30 things, that include:
*Making an order room service,
*Request housekeeping,
*Planning spa appointments,
*Setting their apartment's temperature
*Request wake-up calls, in addition to 30 other services
For all guests that need to use their own iPads, Intelity have made a free application that they may download so they have the same options.
System's crucial to the way guests sitting in the hotels these days, states Dimitrios Zarikos, general manager of Four Seasons Hotel Toronto.
"Some people of the travelers would forget to pack a toothbrush before they left behind their mobilephone," he also states.
Last fall, the Hotel Bel-Air - apart of the luxury hotel chain Dorchester - rig iPads with Intelity's system when it reopened after a 2-year revamp.
The hotel promptly found that all the guests of the hotel loved using them for a many different of reasons, such as having the freedom to make orders of a room service from a mobile device that they already know, use and trust. Within 7 months of opening, all guests of the hotels were making 75 per cent of the hotel's room-service orders on the tablets.