Local Govt | National News Video | Parliament Headlines | Politics Headlines | Search

 


CQ Hotels Wellington presents Wi-Fi incentive to its guests

CQ Hotels Wellington presents Wi-Fi incentive to its guests

CQ Hotels Wellington has announced it will be offering guests complimentary Wi-Fi across the entire complex from today.

The hotel, located in the heart of vibrant Cuba Street, is one of very few hotels in the Capital to offer free Wi-Fi across the entire complex (public spaces and rooms).

“The rise in popularity of smart phones and Wi-Fi enabled devices means that consumers want to be able to get online anywhere. Demand for Wi-Fi in hotels is rising and we believe offering our guests access to free, fast, and one-click to connect Wi-Fi is a long-term investment in customer loyalty.” said Olivier Lacoua, General Manager for CQ Hotels Wellington.

The multi-award winning hotel has a strong focus on keeping up with the latest technology and creating a more sustainable hotel. It has added iPad tablets to ten of its deluxe rooms, replacing the traditional paper hotel compendium. The hotel is also one of just two Wellington hotels to offer a tablet compendium. They are planning to extend this offering to more Quality Hotel rooms in the coming months.

“We believe technology will continue to play a key part in differentiating the discerning hotel guest’s experience and so investment in this area is crucial.” said Mr Lacoua.

ENDS

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
 
 
Parliament Headlines | Politics Headlines | Regional Headlines

 

Departure Speech: Governor-General’s State Farewell Luncheon

"...Unfortunately I was unable to get to the Antarctic, the Chatham Islands and the Kermadecs. A dicky heart thwarted our travel to the Antarctic; and even though I volunteered to parachute into the Kermadecs to join the Young Blake expedition, time, commitments and officials frustrated my plans to visit the Kermadecs and Chathams." More>>

ALSO:

New Research: Most Homeless People Working Or Studying

“The cost of housing has been rising without corresponding increases in income, whilst the number of state houses per capita has been in decline. Many low-income people are missing out on housing, whether we recognise them as ‘homeless’ or not. More>>

ALSO:

Post-Traynor: New Offender Info Sharing Plan

“This Bill delivers on that step-change by moving away from name-based records held by individual agencies to a shared, anchor identity based on unalterable information, such as fingerprints and facial recognition. It also gives agencies access to the drivers’ licence photo database and birth, death and marriages information." More>>

  • NZ Law Foundation - New $2M fund for research on information challenges
  • Littoral: New Ship To Deliver Enhanced Naval Capability

    Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee says the Government has approved a Ministry of Defence and New Zealand Defence Force recommendation to request tenders for a new naval ship to support littoral operations. More>>

    July:

    After King's Labour Snub: Māori Party And Kiingitanga To Work Together

    Māori Party Co-leaders Te Ururoa Flavell and Marama Fox met with Kiingitanga representatives in Wellington yesterday to discuss working together on key issues for the betterment of Māori. More>>

    ALSO:

    Waitangi Claim On Rehabilitation: The 'Justus' System For Māori Not Good Enough

    Closing statements at the Waitangi Tribunal case against Corrections called for immediate steps and a comprehensive review to address the high rate of Māori reoffending. More>>

    ALSO:

    Advice: PM Sets Rules For Ministers' Treatment Of Public Servants

    Prime Minister John Key has laid down the law about the way ministers and public servants should interact, saying ministers may not always like the advice they receive, but they must listen to it carefully, respectfully and professionally. More>>

    Gordon Campbell: On The Funding Changes In Special Needs Education, And Uber

    The plan to strip out the educational support for older “special needs” children in order to meet the existing shortfall in funding for special needs in early childhood education is so miserly and relentlessly stupid as to defy belief… More>>

    SPECIAL EDUCATION (& More):

    Online Learning Plans:

    Get More From Scoop

     

    LATEST HEADLINES

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Regional
    Search Scoop  
     
     
    Powered by Vodafone
    NZ independent news