Until very recently, a luxury one would expect an elegant hall, room with view and great service, and as new technologies, if Wi-Fi was perfect. That has changed. Increasingly, technology is implicit in the concept of luxury, and the client used to enjoy at home of the latest technological means, when it comes to a hotel, continue to have access to these services. In this car have risen following establishments: Pod Hotel New York Directed at young, cosmopolitan and of course loving the new technology, the establishment of Manhattan is inspired by the culture of the iPod, but call it “hotel facebook” because it’s all designed to interact with others. It has LCD screens, wi-fi and stations for iPods, in addition to a blog open to all guests in which to share information and make friends.
Hotel 1000, Seattle, this hotel is a true jewel of technology: the rooms have a quiet system to activate the Do Not Disturb Control (there is a motion detection system, and when the service comes to clean the room if there are people sleeping detects and automatically activates the cartel). The minibar is connected directly to the front desk if you need a product, and the hotel has its own virtual golf and a sophisticated plumbing system that can eliminate the taps in the bathrooms and make the water flow directly from the ceiling. The Hotel Helix, Abu Dhabi is called to be “the” hotel in terms of green technology. This architecturally stunning setting in the form of helix is the most environmentally friendly ever built, because it caters exclusively green power, which extracts the wind and the sun through a complex system of solar panels and turbines.