While tourists in London may be looking for that unforgettable royal wedding souvenir, guests in several Hawaiian, Miami and Manhattan hotels must now not consider the property’s linen as a keepsake of their holiday fun.
Resort properties near the water have found that the new insert chip is a great aid in reducing the cost incurred from replacing their “lost” towels, saving in some instances over $16,000 monthly!
Such a discretely placed chip can facilitate both appropriate billing as well as documented proof that the hotel’s monogrammed linen has been a guest’s impromptu vacation memento.
It’s an interesting using of technology within the industry and one to evaluate as budget cost saving continue to be a must.
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