Many hotels have improved their services and facilities by adopting modern technologies and appliances and high end devices for their guests to use. Some of the most notable enhancements include upgrading bulky TVs to the sleek plasma, LED, or LCD screens. These new TVs often depend on cable and satellite subscriptions that offer a wider selection of channels and entertainment for guests. But the most tech savvy hotels are now a step forward – they have begun to apply IPTV solutions to provide their customers with even better viewing experiences. IPTV means “Internet Protocol TV” and offers TV programs through streaming, with an Internet connection.
All TV manufacturers (including Samsung and LG) sell high-end LEDs and LCD televisions that support IPTV, making this technology more accessible to the hotel industry. With IPTV, your hotel can provide high-end multimedia services via video-on-demand and full IP entertainment solutions. Having better multimedia and entertainment services can help you improve the image of your brand, also because it allows you to create a more personalized and engaging multimedia experience in the room.
IPTV can be the solution for small hotels and resorts that would like to provide better multimedia experiences to their guests. Using a high-end middleware and a good IPTV system, hotels can offer branded services like television with time change, video on demand and a feature that allows users to see any program they want at any time and to As much as you want. IPTV allows you to provide more shows and content in a cost-effective way while ensuring features and interactivity that are not normally available to small businesses.
IPTV offers many other advantages for hotels. Improved image quality with minimal distortion and noise is a major advantage. Hotels can also cross and sell various products and services through IPTV, or use technology to allow guests to communicate easily with the main server for room service information, billing and services such as Booking of car rental and laundry. Some systems also allow you to create custom services, such as a welcome message with the guest’s name. You may also be able to serve special offers and other promotions as well as local information, news and time through in-room televisions at your establishment. The user portal is often easy to edit and re-branding depending on your marketing goals. In addition to providing its guests with a wide range of TV and radio channels, you can also give them a chance to request room service, set up alarm calls, and even check out and through their televisions.