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Aloft Bangkok Sukhumvit 11 Launches Touch Room Featuring Fingi Technology

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[HD videos below] Tech-savvy travellers who like to stay plugged in now have a hotel is thinking out of the box Aloft Bangkok Sukhumvit 11.

The hotel recently launched its Touch Room which will equip guests with Fingi, a mobile solution that is provided to guests upon check-in. The mobile personal communications and controls device gives guests unprecedented ability to customize and manage their hotel experience, replacing the traditional room key and operating all amenities in their room and beyond.

Aloft Bangkok Sukhumvit 11 is one of the first hotels in the world to premiere this type of exciting innovation in the technology sphere.

Aloft takes the guest experience to the next level with Fingi technology in our Touch Rooms, said Brendan Daly, general manager of Aloft Bangkok Sukhumvit 11. Todays modern traveller will appreciate how we have incorporated the latest technology to improve their convenience, comfort and overall experience. We are giving them something they have likely never seen before, the ability to directly manage their own hotel stay.

Fingi, developed by a New York based hospitality technology firm, is a hand-held device with a touch-screen interface given to guests upon check in, and it allows guests to control all the technological aspects of their stay, from check-in to check-out. The Fingi device functions as a room key for Touch Rooms, an alternative to the traditional (and easy to lose) electronic card keys. Once inside the room, the device enables guests to set the mood and comfort level with lighting and temperature controls that interact with the electrical systems in the room. The device is also the remote control for the television and stereo, with the ability to preview and select channels and purchase movies.

The Aloft Touch (aka Fingi) device also provides a direct connection to all of the hotel amenities, from concierge service to restaurants and bars. Hungry? Fingi allows guests to review menus and order room service, as well as make reservations at Crave, Alofts all-day restaurant. Have an iTunes account and want to listen to your music or watch a movie that you downloaded? Just log on with Fingi and stream directly to the Apple TV in your room. Feeling more adventurous? Take a look at everything Bangkok has to offerfrom exciting nightlife and restaurants to the more scenic, old world charmand plan your trip right from the palm of your hand. Additionally, Aloft Touch functions as a local phone number and wireless hotspot on and off property, allowing guests to make local calls, keeping them connected at extremely competitive rates.

The Aloft Touch stores guest preferences after one use from temperature and lighting styles to television and music selections making them easily accessible the next time the guest checks into a Touch room. Although not all rooms at Aloft are equipped with Fingi technology, Touch rooms are available in all room types from Chic and Urban Touch rooms to Stylish and Savvy Touch suites.

HD Video Interview with Mr. Brendan Daly - General Manager - Aloft Bangkok Sukhumvit 11

HD Video of an Urban Room @ Aloft Bangkok Sukhumvit 11

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