Golden Nugget Las Vegas Extends Telecommunications Services to Newly-Built Tower

The Rush Tower, a 25-story addition to the Golden Nugget Las Vegas, has deployed in-room, free-to-guest cable television in standard and high definition, video-on-demand services, and wireless Internet connectivity through a partnership with Cox Business/Hospitality Network.

Cox Business/Hospitality Network is also preparing a rollout of its branded iGuestbook at the Golden Nugget. The iGuestbook application is an electronic and dynamic version of the static paper-and-ink guestbook that one finds on nightstands and desks in a hotel guest room. iGuestbook is a portal to hotel services and amenities that is viewed on the guestroom television set and controlled by the television remote. Guests navigate through various menus and learn more about hotel amenities, restaurants, entertainment, attractions, and more through graphics, photos and full-motion video via iGuestbook's interactive controls.
"The Golden Nugget has had an excellent relationship with Cox Communications for many years," says Jim Friesen, senior vice president of Golden Nugget hotel operations. "When we looked at adding our new Rush Tower, Cox was the only vender we considered and were confident they would step up to the plate and provide us with state of the art quality and innovative ideas to assist our guests with their every need. We are looking forward to rolling out the iGuestbook to even further enhance our hotel guest's experience."
In addition to concluding a four-year contract for the deployment of telecommunications services in the nearly 500 guest rooms and suites at the Rush Tower, the Golden Nugget and Cox Business/Hospitality Network signed a three-year contract renewal to provide similar services to the more than 1,900 existing rooms at the downtown resort property.
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