Monscierge Blog

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The Importance of Bandwidth

Today’s visitors demand connectivity. Whether it’s the family in town for vacation or a business traveler just passing through, the proliferation of mobile devices necessitates a strong wifi connection. First, as a background, most small to mid-size hotels utilize a single connection into the hotel distributed across the guests. A 150 Mbps connection divided by 100 rooms is 1.5 Mbps. … Read More

FOMO is Real

FOMO is real. Your property is under review every day. So it’s part of the job to maintain consistently high standards. The minute you lose focus on the guest experience, it’s the minute someone looks at another property. The marketplace is crowded. Whether you’re a hotel or a vacation rental, you’ve got some tough competition with few exceptions. How do … Read More

In-Room Health and Gaming

An often overlooked feature of Monscierge’s in-room hospitality TV is the ability to provide additional “comfort technology” to guests. Monscierge not only provides hospitality apps and television, but we also provide access to gaming and health. With guests spending up to 12 hours in their room, there’s no better opportunity to connect. With on-site closures of gyms and other activities, … Read More

Vaccines with a View

The latest travel trend to emerge is vaccine vacations. As destinations look for new and exciting hooks to attract visitors, the prospect of vaccine tourism is a compelling proposition. As some travel requires proof of vaccination, these destinations are opening themselves to getting vaccinated with a view. Those who sign up would typically need to remain for several weeks to … Read More

Will You Require a Vaccination ID?

Vaccination efforts are underway worldwide. As larger numbers of the population are vaccinated, travel will pickup. Hotels and other locations renting rooms will need to establish protocols for whether they require vaccination IDs and what constitutes a valid ID. It’s a process that will be a challenge. With a mish-mash of requirements establishing a single standard will be difficult. During … Read More