Bayfront Marin House Adds Angie Virtual Assistants in Rooms

The Bayfront Marin House in St. Augustine, Fla., today launched its customized Safe Stay program, which features in-room virtual assistants from Angie Hospitality by Nomadix, a provider of voice-activated and contactless technology solutions for hotels.

Bayfront Marin House's Safe Stay program is designed ensure proper cleaning protocols and social distancing. Angie in-room assistants help answer questions about the surrounding area, the property itself, and hotel amenities. Guests can request additional towels, water, room service and anything to make a comfortable experience all through the virtual, voice-enabled assistants.

"You can't relax unless you truly feel safe. We looked at all of our processes, from food service to room cleanliness to the in-room experience, to create a program that prioritizes safety when visiting our property," said Sandy Wieber, owner of Bayfront Marin House, in a statement. "By offering Angie in-room assistants, we eliminate dozens of touch points each day without sacrificing our welcoming atmosphere or personalized service."

"As travel returns, guest expectations of safety and comfort will be the priority, and hotels need to find that balance of cleanliness without creating a sterile, unwelcoming environment," said Chris Connar, senior vice president at Angie Hospitality, in a statement.. "Bayfront Marin House has a great program in place to enhance the stay, assist staff with requests, and meet those new expectations. Combined with Angie's technology to create contactless experiences, guests get the comfort they seek through the safest measures."

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