Illinois News Today: Resorts World Technology could be the foundation of the future of the game
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The iPhone 4 was only six months old when the last newly built resort debuted on the Las Vegas Strip.
After 10 and a half years of technological development, a new property will open on Thursday, adding a number of cutting-edge technology features. We hope these features will drive Resorts World Las Vegas over the last decade or more. Resorts World executives say the project’s nature from scratch gave them the opportunity to launch with the latest connectivity and touchless technology.
Don’t miss some of Resorts World’s electronics. It is wrapped in an approximately 100,000-square-foot LED display in the west tower, another 19,000-square-foot LED display in the east tower, and a 50-foot-diameter interactive video glove. 6,000 square feet LED display. Other factors can be conveniently impressed, not size or brightness.
According to Rick Hutchins, senior vice president of casino operations and behind many of property’s technical decisions, the property’s entire “technological ecosystem” is designed with guests in mind. He and his team went “high and low” looking for the latest innovations to implement across properties.
“My goal was not just to create a digital experience, but to create a truly seamless end-to-end digital experience for guests by delivering a guest experience that is completely different from the strip and competitors.” Hutchins said. .. “And we will create something that will lay the foundation for the future of what the game will be like.”
The resort will be the first to use a new integrated amenity booking system with UrVenue and OpenTable. Guests can book restaurants, clubs, pools, attractions, bundles, recreation and more all in one shopping cart. Hutchins said his team is “under consideration” as to whether the partnership will be integrated into the Resorts World app or as a “deep link” with the app.
Hilton Honors members staying at the Hilton Hotel, an integrated resort, can also use their phone as a room key through the Hilton Honors app.
When you open the Grubhub app at your property, you can order deliveries from the resort’s 40 eateries instead of traditional indoor meals.Resorts World is the first hotel-casino To use the Grubhub program Previously reserved for ordering food on the college campus, Property Release said.