Being ‘Time Poor’ is the common cry of most travellers these days hopping on and off planes, racing to conferences, events and meetings with no time for even a simple snack!
Stamford has come to the rescue with the launch of their new iGuest App, this real-time app is designed to give control back to travellers. Before you cry “not another app”, the difference with this app is that it has been designed specifically based on feedback from guests and business travellers giving you the power over your precious time.
Once guests have checked in, a password and username will be provided which will activate the account then it’s a matter of being able to jump the queue and take control.
The key features include the option to arrange meals, snacks or for beverages to be waiting when you arrive or if you have any special hotel requirements you need delivered to your room it can all be done in seconds.
Guests can set wake up calls, do not disturb functions, listen to voice messages and track their bill.
Stamford Hotels and Resorts Deputy Chief Operating Officer, Jon Foo a frequent traveller himself knows knows the frustrations in having to wait in line or wait on hold. “At Stamford Sydney Airport we live the life of our business and leisure travellers and want to continually evolve and develop better tools to make the journey smoother. Time is something we are all short of so by developing iGuest we have deleted the need for waiting for things to happen, we give you power at your fingertips”, said Mr Foo.
Other benefits include instant access to flight arrival and departure times, contact numbers for airlines and embassies. It’s not for business alone as often travel can start with business and end in leisure therefore iGuest is loaded with local attraction details, transportation options and lists local restaurants.
iGuest is free to download from the Apple App store or at www.stamford.com.au for any users globally. It’s compatible with iPhone and iPad.
iGuest will continue to evolve with new features added continuously and will roll out iGuest across all their eight (8) hotels within Australia and New Zealand.