|Source: Aloft Bangkok - Sukhumvit 11 website.|
Aloft Bangkok - Sukhumvit 11 has launched electronic signature capability with a paperless check-in system designed to eliminate the need to print check-in receipts or registration cards and speed up the check-in process. According to the Aloft Bangkok, it is the first property in the Starwood stable worldwide to offer the service.
The new technology has simplified the traditional check-in process by enabling all information related to room reservations to be displayed on a tablet computer. Guests simply sign on the tablet with a stylus and receive their bills electronically at a preferred email address.
The hotel added paperless techniques to the reservation system a month ago. The new system will save an estimated 120,000 pieces of paper. "We strive to provide guests comfort while protecting and caring for the environment," said Justin Malcolm, General Manager of Aloft Bangkok - Sukhumvit 11.