SuitePad, announces the launch of its Performance Model today, redefining hotel technology financing. This innovative pricing concept enables hotels with 40 or more rooms to start their digital transformation without the usual challenges of an initial investment. Instead, the model is based on a fee that depends on the hotel’s success and is directly tied to its operating profit.
The Austrian hotel group Alpin Family and the German hotel tech provider SuitePad are strengthening their partnership following successful pilot projects in three hotels. By the end of the year, an additional ten properties in the group will be furnished with in-room tablets. These tablets offer guests an easy way to access hotel information and services digitally, enhancing the personalization of their stay. For instance, guests can now have the option to forgo room cleaning if they want to and on the days of their choice.
The three-star boutique hotel in central London’s Euston neighborhood is set to modernize guest communication by installing SuitePad in-room tablets customized to reflect the hotel’s unique design.
The 4-star boutique hotel in the heart of Funchal is set to boost guest communication and increase sales revenue by installing SuitePad in-room tablets.
We’re excited to share that SuitePad has been named 2023’s number-one In-Room Tablet by Hotel Tech Report.
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