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Sheraton Hotels and Resorts and Microsoft have partnered to offer Windows-based computers in the brand”s lobbies this year, enabling business travellers to work and check emails easily during trips.
The new offering, called ”[email protected] Sheraton experienced with Microsoft” will also offer a convenient online experience by providing free Wi-Fi, and computer stations will allow guests to browse the web and print up boarding passes. will also feature webcams, and guests will have access to televisions, daily newspapers, and food and beverages.
”Our guests are intent on making the most of their travels and we”re confident this new partnership with Microsoft will enable Sheraton Hotels and Resorts to provide them with the products, services and tools to keep them connected to what matters most while on the road,” said Sheraton brand senior vice president Hoyt H. Harper.
Currently 66 Sheraton hotels feature this service, and under this agreement the brand wants to roll it out at more than 300 properties worldwide by the end of 2008.
”Today”s traveller is part of a connected digital community, with instant access to information and technology for work and social networking,” said Microsoft US hospitality industry director Sandra Andrews. ”Sheraton and Microsoft are helping forge the convergence of the digital lifestyle and work-style in the experiences offered to guests.”