The Hermitage Hotel and OpenKey Join to Offer Guests Mobile Keys

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The Hermitage Hotel and OpenKey Join to Offer Guests Mobile Keys

11/04/2016
The Hermitage Hotel, the only Forbes Five-Star, AAA Five Diamond rated hotel in the state of Tennessee, has chosen OpenKey as their preferred vendor in providing guests the ability to easily access their room directly from their mobile device. OpenKey is the universal standard for mobile key access in the hotel industry.
 
Implementing OpenKey will also allow Hermitage guests the ability to check-in to their room prior to arrival, call the front desk, confirm their identity with an ID capture for security and send their estimated time of arrival (ETA) to the hotel via the app. Guests are also able to take advantage of amenities offered by the hotel through the mobile app.
 
"The Hermitage Hotel has been an integral part of Nashville for over one hundred years; when you walk through the halls you are taken back to another time when Johnny Cash and Patsy Cline roamed these same hallways," said Dee Patel, general manager at The Hermitage Hotel. "Our goal is to give guests a rich historical experience while enjoying the latest benefits that technology can provide to make their stay more convenient and rewarding.  Partnering with OpenKey to provide our guests the benefits of mobile key was an easy choice for us – we're excited to offer technology that improves the guest experience."
 
The distinctive architecture and Beaux-Arts style of The Hermitage Hotel offers an old-world blend of classical Italian and French Renaissance features. Since opening in 1910, the hotel has been host to several presidents including Woodrow Wilson and John Kennedy, along with world famous athletes and actors including Babe Ruth and Charlie Chaplin. Ranked one of the Top 50 Hotels in the U.S. by U.S. News and World Report and a Top 500 Hotels in the World by Travel and Leisure. The Music City hotel is within walking distance from the Nashville Convention Center, the financial district and historic 2nd Avenue.