A Rough Guide to IT Network and Control Devices found in on the World’s Technologically Advanced Luxury Hotel Suite

A Rough Guide to IT Network and Control Devices found in on the World’s Technologically Advanced Luxury Hotel Suite

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This post is for IT network and system integration professionals where I will share reference images of network and control devices one can find in one of the world’s top rated luxury hotels.  

At the start of the New year, 2020,  I was fortunate enough to  join our family get-together in Aria Sky Suites, Las Vegas, one of the top 10 largest hotels and also part of the top 5 technologically advanced hotels in the world.

Out of curiosity, I took pictures of the various devices found in the penthouse suite and tried the various room controls. The room had touch pad that controls the lighting, curtains, temperature and ventilations of all the rooms located in each bedroom, and living room. I believe the brand is 4control.

Aside from the touch pad control, redundant wall switches where also places for the lighting and curtains.

All of the lightings were LED with dim control from the switches and touch pad.

For the door lock, it was controlled by card key access. Unlike other hotels that need you to leave or plug in a key to turn on the lights and appliances, this particular room did not need any card key for this purpose.

The room also had Fire alarm and PA System ( e.g. Siemens) in each major room including the bathroom.

Aside from the air touch panel control, each major room area had a separate digital room HVAC Control ( e.g. Control4).

Here are also the other auxiliary devices such as telephones and network power outlets.

Even the restroom, the Toto wash-let had various wash and dry options. 🙂

With this New Year,  I am sharing these tech hotel experience for the benefit of network and system professionals/enthusiasts to start the year right and be thankful to all the blessings. Have a great year ahead!


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