VANCOUVER — Vancouver’s Opus hotel is now offering iPhones instead of traditional wireless hotel phone, according to USA Today.
“Technology is a way of life today, not just a perk, and that holds true even while travelling,” Nicholas Gandossi, GM of Opus Vancouver, was quoted as saying by USA Today.
The Yaletown-based hotel is offering iPhones to guests upon check-in and they are able to take these phones to meetings, shopping and sightseeing. The phones keep the guest in touch with the hotel’s services, such as housekeeping, room service and concierge; local calls are complimentary. The iPhones are wiped clean once the guest checks out.
For more on iPhones at Opus Hotel, visit usatoday.com.
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