Caesars Entertainment Speeds Up Check-In Process With Kiosks

Caesars Entertainment debuts new self check-in kiosks at its Vegas Resorts, starting with The LINQ Hotel & Casino, Flamingo Vegas and Caesars Palace. This is actually the first fully-integrated self check-in enter in Vegas that includes email, text, web, mobile application and kiosks, completely reinventing the way in which visitors arrive and start their stay.

Site visitors to Vegas frequently cite wait times among the most frustrating facets of their trip; with lengthy lines at the front desk probably the most bothersome because they stand in the way of the visitors beginning their trip, whether or not they are here for work or pleasure. Caesars Entertainment?s rollout of their new kiosk program may be the latest stage inside a technology means to fix completely automate the check-in process, getting rid of wait occasions and permitting clients to begin taking pleasure in all Vegas needs to offer even faster.

?As the owner and operator of our resorts, we have the capability of providing our guests with the latest in innovation and hospitality-focused technology, offering a more social and integrated experience,? said Tariq Shaukat, Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer of Caesars Entertainment. ?The launch of self check-in now joins the ranks of already successful innovation for our resorts such as eKey keyless entry at The Cromwell and our ?play by Total Rewards? app.?

Upon arrival, visitors are now able to proceed immediately towards the check-in kiosk to start their check-in process, verifying their IDs and taking payment information right in the machine, and only get a printed key if their room is prepared, or if it’s not setup, get an alert to return when their room opens up. Furthermore, visitors who book their reservation directly through the Caesars website will be capable of begin their check-in process in your own home, through either the web or through Caesars Entertainment?s ?play by Total Rewards? mobile application, and get a notification to go to the kiosk to get their keys when their room is prepared.

Mixing online, mobile and kiosk choices to create a unique and new hospitality experience, the innovative program provides visitors using the ease of checking in or looking at anytime, anywhere. A contemporary Vegas resort produced with the connected traveler in your mind, The LINQ Hotel & Casino served as the ideal place to start reinventing the standard check-in experience.

Boasting new functionality and multiple key dispensers, they are presently the only real kiosks that may print various hotel keys with a maximum level of security and safeguards. Another feature of the program is when the room isn’t available during the time of check-in, visitors will instantly get an email when it’s ready, because the technologies are integrated using the hotel management system. These developments assist to streamline the entire arrival and check-in experience, permitting modern and millennial vacationers look around the wide selection of shopping, dining and entertainment options nearby with increased ease and versatility.

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Caesars Entertainment has launched self check-in kiosks at The LINQ Hotel & Casino, Flamingo Las Vegas and Caesars Palace and will continue to roll out additional kiosks at its resorts throughout the city. In 2016, the kiosks are expected to become available at Paris Las Vegas and Bally?s Las Vegas; Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino; Harrah?s Las Vegas; and Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.

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