Staypineapple and Angie Hospitality Offer Comfortable, Contactless Experience for Guests and Their Pets
Angie Hospitality® by Nomadix, a provider of voice-activated and contactless technology solutions for hotels, announced Staypineapple, An Artful Hotel, Midtown, New York, implemented a Stayclean initiative with the help of Angie's in-room assistants to create a physically distanced, contactless experience. As travel demand begins to return, the use of technology will boost travelers' confidence and provide a personalized, private and safe stay.
Known for its friendly staff, special attention to the furry family members (dogs), and extra clean and plush linens, the boutique Staypineapple hotel quickly shifted to address guests' pandemic concerns by implementing new safety protocols and adopting technology without disrupting its personalized, friendly service. Angie allows guests to order more fluffy towels, a water dish for Snoopy, and afternoon pineapple treats to the room - all without physical contact or calling the front desk.
"Prior to COVID, our guests chose us for our unique and memorable hotel experiences, and we want them to continue making those connections with added confidence while traveling," said David Thomson, CIO of Staypineapple. "With the help of Angie, we are able to provide our high level of service and fulfill requests while offering a safe and true Staypineapple experience when staying at our property."
"We are proud to support Staypineapple's Stayclean initiative and help guests feel comfortable and safe, while supporting the onsite staff with our digital concierge in each guest room," said Chris Connar, senior vice president at Angie Hospitality. "Guests have already shared that the hotel has gone 'above and beyond' with sanitizing and safety protocols, and the special care given to all guests through this initiative is a huge testament to the goals of this hotel. Angie's in-room assistants offer smart hotel functionality to complement staff and provide a high-touch guest stay without the actual touch."