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Wayport to Provide Service For U.S. Taj Hotels

  • Wayport
  • 06.24.08
Wayport, Inc. announced a new agreement with Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces to provide high-speed Internet access at the three U.S. Taj luxury hotels – The Pierre (New York), Campton Place (San Francisco) and the Taj Boston.

Wayport, who enables applications, devices and services on a single converged network, will offer Wi-Fi service in guestrooms, meeting rooms and common areas at each hotel. All three luxury properties are members of Leading Hotels of the World, Ltd.

"Taj Hotels has more than 100 years of history in providing the very best amenities to our business and leisure travelers,” said Raymond Bickson, CEO and managing director of Taj Hotels. “Wayport was the clear choice for us because of their experience and their expertise in offering premium service for hospitality guests.”

Wi-Fi Internet access for guests is offered for a fee determined by the individual property.  In addition, each location will offer one CyberCenter Express unit, Wayport’s public PC station, in each location’s business center.

Wayport’s expertise in enhancing guest services for the hospitality market includes design, installation, support and maintenance services aligned with our clients’ specific requirements.

Support services include 24/7 network monitoring, a 24/7 in house call center for guest support and customized conference solutions.

“We are pleased to join Taj Hotels in their efforts to offer impeccable service to their guests here in the U.S.,” said Kevin McKeand, vice president of hospitality for Wayport. “Our quality services and support and our dedication to the customer experience fit well with the world-class service and modern luxury Taj is known for throughout the world.”

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