OPUS Hotel in Vancouver Replaces Landlines with iPhones

Hotel businesses are looking forward to new technologies in order to allure customers’ new needs. Technology has become a way of life even while you travel which is true for Opus, one of the trendiest hotels in Canada. Condé Nast Traveler acknowledges it as one of the best hotels in the globe.  It is a joint venture with hospitality Travel Company Travel Vu. Uniquely stylish OPUS Hotel Vancouver with a vibrant design offers a residential setting with contemporary furnishings.

Hip hotel OPUS Vancouver in Vancouver is the first hotel to replace old fashioned traditional land line phones with iPhones in each room this month. Guests are able to connect to the internet as well as make and receive phone calls. It sounds great not only for international travelers who are the guests of the hotel but also for the locals in Vancouver.

Guests with the Smartphone can explore the city and all outgoing, incoming and local calls are complimentary and after each stay data-wise the devices are wiped clean via an application ensuring security and privacy. The iPhone with pre-loaded lists assists guests to keep in touch with housekeeping, room service and the front desk. Each iPhone is equipped with a set of key numbers which help guests to get complimentary local and incoming calls. Guests need not worry about roaming fees. With one-touch you can contact all hotel departments.

The hotel’s commitment in offering the most recent technology is evident.  In March, OPUS offered an iPod 2 in every room, allowing exploring the city. In April, OPUS introduced TELUS Optik TV, to experience HD television. This month, OPUS Vancouver introduced  iPhones in every room.

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