Tue, 8 November 2016

JW Marriott and DJI Launch Drone Experience Program

JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts has partnered DJI, one of the worlds leading drone-makers.

As the first property to debut the Drone Experience Program, JW Marriott Zhejiang Anji will launch the initiative on 12 November 2016.

DJI representatives will host on-site experience sessions for hotel guests to demonstrate how to safely operate a drone and provide essential aerial photography tips.

Guests will be invited to a demonstration of the latest aerial platform such as the popular DJI Phantom 4.

The 30-minute experiential program will be held every Saturday from 10am 4pm, and guest can reserve their spot in advance with the hotel concierge.

The Drone Experience Program will enable guests to capture an aerial overview of the hotel and destination by using a DJI drone with the help of a trained UAV pilot.

Through the DJI Go app, they can then easily share these moments on social media via live-stream to Facebook or YouTube.

With its proximity to the legendary Anji Bamboo Forest, one of the most renowned natural wonders in China, JW Marriott Zhejiang Anji was selected as an ideal pilot hotel for the Drone Experience Program.

Delivering an exceptional guest experience is at the heart of what we do at JW Marriott, and this exciting partnership with DJI allows us to continue transforming the way our guests capture their travel experiences, said Mike Fulkerson, Vice President of Brand Marketing, Asia Pacific, Marriott International. Anji is a fantastic destination to pilot this cutting-edge technology and the program will help guests both learn something new and share their experiences with friends and family. 

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