MONTREAL — Dormakaba congratulates its clients that were recognized in the U.S. News & World Report 2018 ‘Best Hotels’ list, including the publication’s top-three hotels in the U.S.
“The entire Dormakaba corporate Lodging team congratulates its clients in the U.S. News & World Report’s ‘Best Hotels’ ranking,” says Stephen Pollack, vice-president of Dormakaba – Lodging. “Earning and maintaining the highest standards in the hospitality industry requires consistent hard work and a focus on guest security and service. We wish you all the best in 2018.”
Half of the top 20 properties on U.S. News & World Report’s global ‘Best Hotels’ ranking for the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Europe are Dormakaba clients. The publication scored luxury hotels (four-star and higher) using a methodology that combines each hotel’s industry awards with expert and guest reviews. Top-scoring hotels that trust Dormakaba guest-door locks include:
• Four Seasons Resort Lanai (Hawaii)
• The Peninsula Chicago
• The Langham, Chicago
• Rosewood Hotel Georgia (Vancouver)
• Ritz-Carlton Montreal
• Rosewood Mayakoba (Mexico)
• La Reserve Paris Hotel and Spa (France)
• Hotel Eden (Italy)
• Hotel Plaza Athenee (France)
“Guest safety and service are top priorities at The Langham Chicago,” says John Washington, director of Safety and Risk, The Langham, Chicago. “The Saflok software behind our guestroom electronic door locks is extremely useful to ensure we provide our guests with the best experience. We can easily pull lock-status reports so we know in advance if a guestroom lock has an issue. This allows us to troubleshoot the lock so the guest has a comfortable stay. The RFID technology also provides an ease of room access for our guests.”
Dormakaba is the provider of Saflok and Ilco electronic locks. Its RFID locks are compatible with BLE, iOS and Android mobile technology. The company’s mobile-access solution is a secure, end-to-end mobile-credential application utilizing Bluetooth Low energy (BLE), which integrates seamlessly with brand-loyalty apps and chain-technology infrastructures, as well as third-party mobile-integrator apps.