Canadian Hotel Opus Replacing Guest Phones with Apple iPhone 4

July 7, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

With striking design, personality plus and a fabulous location in the heart of hip Yaletown in downtown Vancouver, Opus is a boutique hotel that appeals to savvy travelers who like their lodgings with a little more flavor.

Adding to the charm, the hotel management had introduced an iPad 2 in every guest room some weeks ago.

The latest news from the Opus tells us that they will be replacing all the guest room phones with iPhone 4 such that the overall appeal to the guests manifolds.

This hotel cum resort has already made it to the headlines by making it to the Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice Awards 2012 as well as Forbes Traveler 400 – The World’s Very Best Hotels and Resorts 2008.

Last year, it also knocked down opponents and made it to the Conde Nast Traveler – Best in Business Travel 2011. The iPhone introduction in every guest room will add class to the reputation of the hotel.

Along with that, not only does the iPhone serve as the phone in guest rooms, it’s programmed with a one-touch button that instantly connects the guests to all of the hotel’s departments.

As an added bonus, all incoming and local calls are free, which means that guests can save themselves from hefty roaming charges.

Booking one’s stay directly through the Opus Vancouver website will enable full internet capabilities on the iPhone at no charge whatsoever. Rates at the Opus Hotel Vancouver are around the $300 CAD mark during August and September.

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