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Hotel Television Systems

Hotel television systems, also called Hotel TV, is the in-suite television in hotel rooms, hospitals, and health care facilities. The services are generally free to the guest but can be paid, depending on the service that is provided or the hotel's policy.

The services are controlled by remote control. Hotel television can include local channels and cable programming, or interactive services that allow music, movies, and other services. These systems also make hotel information, services, movies, games, and Internet available to guests.

Hotel TV

Hotel television systems used to be simple, however, today there are many things to consider. The preferred system is a high definition hotel TV system. Many hotels have flat screens TVs but have not upgraded to HD programming. They fear it may be too expensive and have too long of a downtime to install. there are different types of HD hotel systems and televisions. To keep up with technology, newer television models are used along with High Definition.

Installers attach the televisions to various surfaces including wood and granite, while maintaining the overall interior design. Signal providers are used to provide a channel mapping system. From supply to full installation, contractors can handle everything down to the setup.

Digital satellite television is specifically designed for the hospitality industry. If offers hotels more choices, as well as value. The channel line-up can be customized to meet a hotel's specific needs. WiFi and wireless Internet are the most cost effective solutions for hotels today.

Resort television

It is easy to use, maintain, and install. Cable modem technology reduces installation cost and guest disturbances. Hotels can deploy both satellite television and Internet in guest rooms, meeting rooms, and public areas of the hotel. It's flexible enough so that it's free of charge to guests.

An interactive TV portal can be installed that enables guests to access television services, radio broadcasts, movies, and more. By integrating this into the hotel's management system, they can also make dinner reservations, order a taxi cab, check the weather, or their room portfolio. Guests can set wake up calls, order room service, and easily view their bill. They can access the front desk to check out of the room. This allows hotel staff to not be so strained and put the focus on customer service.

For satellite television, the signal is known as a satellite master antenna. In what's called an L-band distribution, signals are sent from the satellite dish to a panel on a box in each hotel suite. This box decrypts the digital signal through a coaxial network. In the interactive TV portal system, everything is transmitted over the hotel's IP network. Satellite television and cable television can be distributed througj IPTV, L-band, or Com1000 systems.

In most hotels, a television signal provided by either a satellite television or cable television antenna is transmitted over a coaxial cable and prove to be an obstacle. With new technology, it is almost obsolete.

Hotel television systems provide additional streams of income for hotels and resorts, because of the payable services. It also helps to reduce operational expenses, from an accounting standpoint. Those systems integrate with most hospitality property management systems which include all aspects of daily operations.

Hotel movie cable tv

Some of the important features, such as the billing module, interfaces with the IPTV so that guests can view their bill and pay it right on the television. The IPTV also integrates with the front desk, so guests can check-in and check-out using any credit card.

Through hotel television, guests receive video-on-demand entertainment. However, the hotel receives fees each time this service is used. Different hotels have varied policies regarding these entertainment services and Internet access. Less expensive hotels offer it free, while more expensive properties charge.

Now, the trend is providing customers more short-term content for a low price. Some have even removed television equipment and provide only video-on-demand. Hotels in the U.S. are expected to spend high capital expenditures on entertainment systems. It's expensive for hotel owners, particularly in a challenging economy.
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