Staying at hotels, especially in Las Vegas, can be awesome. And it's about to get even better.
You're lounging in your robe, sipping on some coffee or minibar treats whose price you'll worry about later. Now you might want to make plans for the evening.
Do you have to get dressed and talk to the concierge? What if you just want a list of what's going on? Do you have to start googling? Oh no, what's the wi-fi situation?
Worry no more, because Urban Translations has partnered with Treasure Island to bring you: in-suite digital ordering! On a tablet!
Vegas is getting more convenient, and more global.
Treasure Island has long been on the forefront of providing amazing amenities in their world-class accommodations. Now, through the partnership with Urban Translations, a hotel stay at the casino will be even more comfortable.
Treasure Island's suites will get custom tablets with the Hotel Translator application, specifically tailored to the hotel's unique attractions. Guests will be able to make restaurant reservations, book spa visits, buy tickets to shows (like the award-winning Cirque de Soleil show Mystere), and even ORDER ROOM SERVICE!
What's more, with Urban Translations, guests can select what language the entire application uses. You can order everything in Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, French, and German. That should help all of Vegas cater to the ever-increasing international tourism that the city has enjoyed for years.
"We are thrilled to be working with Treasure Island to give their guests a modern way to experience Las Vegas with the touch of a finger, in their own language," said Samantha Urban, founder and CEO of Urban Translations. "Helping hospitality companies provide for their unique and diverse clientele is at the core of what we do. At the end of the day, everyone wins: the guest, the staff, the hotel."
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Like the founder said, this development really will be more convenient for everyone. When guests get to send their orders directly to the kitchen, there will be fewer mistakes. Waiters will be able to handle more tables, so your food will get there faster.
Hotels get savings from all of the above streamlined solutions, as well as data about what their customers are ordering, and even the options to put changing advertising in the tablet's platform. The hotel, and the environment, also win when you can eliminate 100% of all menu and specials printing costs.
And everybody wins, when more international travelers arrive, knowing that all their needs will be catered to with multi-lingual information and ordering.