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February 14, 2012
The Warwick International Hotels Collection in Paris has selected iBAHN for deploying Internet services at its hotels. iBAHN has already finished installing Internet service at The Warwick Champs Elysées and The Hotel Westminster.
Named after the Duke of Westminster, the Hotel Westminster is one of the many Paris hotels with a history. The Duke had inhabited this property in the 19th Century, which now offers 102 rooms and suites. The Hotel Westminster also boasts of excellent locations for meetings.
In a release, Ulla Schneider, SVP of the Warwick International Hotels Collection said, “Our objective is to reach 100 percent guest satisfaction on Internet services during any guest’s stay, whether they are visiting us for business or leisure. To achieve this aim, we turned to iBAHN, well recognised as the most reliable and respected provider of digital information and entertainment for the hospitality industry.”
Similar to the Hotel Westminster, the Warwick Champs Elysées is a magnificent hotel situated in Paris’ fashion hub. The hotel with its 149 rooms and suites is positioned on one of the best streets in the world. World-renowned designer Pierre Yves Rochon has been responsible for redecorating the lobby at the hotel.
The broadband and Wi-Fi solutions from iBAHN have been implemented at both the hotels. Secured internet access will be now available to the guests in all the rooms and public areas like lobby, restaurant, bar and conference rooms. Technical support in several languages will complement the excellent service from iBAHN.
Graeme Powell, MD for iBAHN EMEA said, “Warwick International Hotels is world renowned for its high quality properties and services, and both The Warwick Champs Elysées and The Hotel Westminster will now enjoy complete broadband access throughout. This will include free connectivity for browsing and checking emails, and the option of a premium service to access more data intensive content, all of which will be controlled via iBAHN’s patented bandwidth management solution."
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Edited by Juliana Kenny