The Swedish hotel group Pandox AB purchased the Brussels Hilton hotel - located on the stylish Boulevard de Waterloo in Brussels and renamed it ‘The Hotel, Brussels’. Work started immediately on renovating the facade and complete refurbishment of the rooms.
Westin was looking for a solution that would allow them to control 716 loads distributed in the Lobby, Restaurants, Spa, Ballrooms, Meeting Rooms and Presidential Suite. They had been provided with a specification from a dominant competitor. The Vantage specification needed to provide additional functionality to overcome this strong competition.
The Vantage system offers the ability to control all types of lighting technologies, while also providing simplified or complex control and integration. For example, in the lobby area the system was only required to offer automatic and automated control over the lighting, while in the new Gallery area lighting control, full AV integration and mechanical integration were required. Vantage gave the client the varying levels of control they needed without having to employ a separate control system. This really simplified things for the client, who only had a single system to operate..
The hotel management team rolled out a new hotel management system to optimize the quality of the guest experience. In combination with the Vantage system this enables automation of room amenities such as lighting and curtains and allows related relevant information to be passed on to the staff. The InterContinental Group chose the Vantage InFusion system on account of its performance and stability. The team also was enthusiastic about the elegant style and high-quality finishing of the keypads. In each of the 43 luxury suites there is a compact equipment compartment, concealed from the guests, that houses the necessary dimmers and relays. This keeps the cable lengths short, and it allows maintenance staff to perform their tasks without blocking the corridor.
Hyatt Place is an upscale, select-service brand that is differentiated from its competitors by its modern product design, smart features, relaxed service model, and fresh aesthetic. The Hyatt Place at Thanksgiving Point is located near the foothills of Traverse Mountain, South of Salt Lake City, Utah.
This property was originally specified with a lighting control system in the lobby, dining room, and parking lot, but the requirement for precise dimming, astronomically timed sequences of events, and a user friendly interface for hotel staff drove the need for an architectural dimming solution. Low voltage light was specified, and the UI needed to be intuitive enough to allow staff to navigate it easily and utilize it to its fullest ability.
The nFuse restaurant and bar in the Anaheim Marriott were recently re-modeled with new LED lighting and an updated ambiance. Management was looking for an interface for staff to easily control the various scenes required throughout the day - for example clean, daytime, nighttime, and all off.
The 32nd floor conferencing facility at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego, California had a patchwork of different systems, including independent controls, dimming, and AV systems. The customer reported that the independent systems had trouble communicating well with one another. In addition, the hotel’s 32nd floor is a multi-use conference facility requiring a smart system that was capable of adapting to the complex ‘divide and combine’ potential room setup configurations. Finally, the Hyatt was looking for a system that could be expanded to provide shade and A/V control in addition to the other systems.
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