Historic Hotels of America Take a Modern Twist with Spectrum Enterprise

Historic Hotels of America Take a Modern Twist with Spectrum Enterprise

By Greg Tavarez

Hotel guests today expect a digital-first experience in connectivity and hotel amenities when traveling, including easy access to entertainment streaming and hotel services using their personal devices. They don’t necessarily care how old an establishment is, even if they are part of Historic Hotels of America.

Historic Hotels of America is the official program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation for recognizing noteworthy, historic hotels. These historic establishments are increasingly adapting to the digital age by offering guests easy access to amenities, entertainment streaming and hotel services through their personal devices. (Indeed, they're making it happen.) By incorporating technology and connectivity into their services, these historic hotels can preserve their unique heritage while also meeting the demands of today's tech-savvy travelers, ensuring a seamless and enjoyable stay.

To help meet the demands of tech-savvy guests, Historic Hotels of America named Spectrum Enterprise a technology alliance partner.

Spectrum Enterprise will offer member properties a straightforward means of upgrading their digital infrastructure to boost staff productivity and elevate the guest experience, all while preserving the heritage of these establishments.

“Inducted hotels in Historic Hotels of America are dedicated to preserving the legacy of the past, but their properties need to rely on modern technologies to ensure that they continue to operate successfully in a digital world,” said Richard Twilley, Group Vice President, Vertical Markets at Spectrum Enterprise. “We will work with each property to design an overall solution that helps ensure that they will continue to stand the test of time with their guests.”

Spectrum Enterprise offers a diverse range of technology solutions tailored to the unique needs of hotels, all facilitated by their expansive nationwide fiber network. Among the offerings are Enterprise Network Edge and Managed Network Edge, both focused on delivering a robust and secure network environment. Additionally, fiber internet access ensures seamless high-speed connectivity for guests, while Managed Network Wi-Fi guarantees consistent, reliable coverage throughout the property.

Spectrum Enterprise provides services like Fiber Connect Plus TV, accommodating guests with high-definition channels and potentially interactive features. TV Streaming Access empowers guests to enjoy personalized streaming content on their devices, while Unified Communications integrates various communication tools, streamlining staff interactions and interactions with guests.

Spectrum Enterprise technology solutions and managed services can support staff, delight guests and help hoteliers maximize their resources to handle increasing bandwidth demands on a hotel’s network. A modern digital infrastructure is necessary to enable these solutions and scale as the business at America’s historic properties grows.

“Hotels inducted into Historic Hotels of America have contributed to a significant part of the history in each of their communities,” said Lawrence Horwitz, Executive Vice President, Historic Hotels of America and Historic Hotels Worldwide. “Spectrum Enterprise will make it easier for our members to further grow their legacies and attract generations to come by ensuring that their network operations are built on a digital infrastructure that can flex and adapt to new technology.”

Edited by Alex Passett
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