Times when access to Wi-Fi in the lobby was the most modern technology, have passed. Long gone. Today, many American hotel deal bolder attempts to turn up each other: from free Wii consoles to displays robot lobby and even the rooms that double as a complete package for video editing.
Several hotels located below, so clearly guided by Teho that if you are not under the belt of the & # 39 will be the flow of information technology, you can even try to get to your room. If you like to feel comfortable going with the process by turning, then you'll love this group of the best profitable hotels in the United States …
Hotel @ MIT, Boston
Boston Hotel @ MIT isn so many places to stay, as a tribute to technology. As soon as you cross the threshold and you will meet a demonstration of robots from the MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, you know that you are in the sky again. The theme continues in the form of bed linen and chemistry equations cartoons (no, really), which adorn the walls of bathrooms.
And offer gadgets obviously continues in a similar vein in the rooms there is quite a beautiful digital safe to store all this expensive equipment that you received with you; It goes without saying that the WiFi everywhere, but it is lightning fast T1 line and the fact that all the rooms are connected to a network laser printer that really stands out.
Tribeca Grand, New York
On its surface Tribeca Grand traced cool NYC. But no one is deceived: it is a full-scale techno-fucking vunderkir heart. Why? It & # 39; s got iStudio – a set of software for editing images, movies and sound and any other amazing innovation that could come up with good people Apple – in favor! Staff, fresh from the mandatory level of communication on the Internet for all accounts can even instantly share messages. So square hips.
New York mod The Gaansevoort gets to the list of hotels that are suitable for the geeks in the US, because it is the first hotel that has started to offer its guests free use of the Nintendo Wii console in their rooms. A lot of people might have jumped on the bandwagon, but the first hit it in the Gansevoort! And technological innovation does not stop at gaming consoles: in the penthouse has its own kamerdytor to recharge the MacBook and iPod. Nice.