All the time, especially during vacations, families and friends check themselves into a fancy resort or hotel. Ideally, these luxury hotel rooms can be fascinating to you with all their high-tech gadgets, widescreen televisions, automated doors and more. Any hotel that offers the service is often expensive. Why spend a lot of time going to fancy hotel rooms when you can bring the experience to your own home? There are many ways to make homes in high-tech hotel-like rooms, and those on a budget can start with the inclusions:
Smart TV is not uncommon in the market. In fact, if you visit the nearest electronics store, they will show their latest smart TV available. Aesthetically, a large smart TV is the ideal option to make your homes like a luxury hotel. Almost the options between different brands are similar, so you have the freedom to choose which suits you best. Some let you browse the web through voice activations. Others will detect specific hand gestures to operate commands. The smart TV will be better as the years go by.
Hotels have the usual physical keys for their locks or card keys that you can swipe. However, this can be a hassle, especially in the case when they get misplaced. Fancy hotels, on the other hand, use digital keys that are usually accessed by phones. There can be two ways. The first is similar to the concept of a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID). Instead of actually having the card, an app of the phone can copy the concept so that you do not need the actual card. The second way is via Bluetooth. There are high-tech locks that will automatically open once they detect the Bluetooth ID of your phone, so you can just go without much.
Once you get into your home without touching anything, the next thing you would want to do is to turn on the lights still without touching anything. How so? Voice activation. It is popular in movies and fancy hotels. With a short speech command, anything that is voice-enabled will do its job. This is the step to make Jarvis, Tony Stark’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) assistant in the popular comic book and movie, Iron Man. Wynn Las Vegas has just recently integrated about 5,000 of their rooms with Echo, a voice-controlled speaker, allowing guests to easily communicate with the front desk or turn appliances by simply telling them to do so.
In accordance with the voice-activated rooms, automation enabled by robots or AI, just like Echo, will provide efficiency for anyone in the room. Automation is usually defined as something that turns itself on and off. However, it goes beyond. Automation really is about technology allowing yourself to be engaged only when needed to. To an extent, if your room is automated, you can even save a lot of money on these electricity bills.
Having a lot of wires tangled up in the room would be tedious to untangle. It may even break and cause you to buy new. With wireless charging, you save space from any wires and you do not always need to be near the sockets. Some tables and desks in hotels have built-in chargers that they automatically charge when phones.
Projector TV is in the bathroom
This is perfect for anyone who likes to take time when they do business or just enjoy a bath. Create a better experience with projected TV in your own bathroom. A cheap trick could be to use mirrors on the ceilings. Match this with your smart TV and you do virtually anything with it, play music with Spotify, watch YouTube videos, browse the internet and more as if you have never left the salon.
Versatile bathroom walls
More on the bathrooms, it can even be upgraded, even up to the walls. Usually, bathrooms somewhere would be divided by glass walls that are translucent or can be covered with blinds. With bathroom enabled bath from the bathroom, you would not need any of them. With the push of a button, the bathroom wall can be made translucent, transparent or just matte. So the bathroom looks even more spacious when the walls are transparent.