J.W. MarriottPanasonic PRO plasma displays appoint hundreds of guest rooms at Miami-area Marriott hotels
Sleek architecture, spectacular artwork and warm wood tones make a stunning first impression as guests enter the five-star JW Marriott Hotel Miami, one of city's most respected luxury venues. This 22-story downtown Miami hotel blends the features of a premier conference and meeting facility with elegance, award-winning service and such distinctive amenities as Panasonic's widescreen, high-contrast plasma displays. Each of the property's 300 guest rooms is equipped with a 42" widescreen Panasonic plasma television, and the hotel's 22 suites incorporate 50" Panasonic plasmas in their living areas.
"We conducted an exacting competitive equipment review, and the Panasonic plasmas excelled in terms of both quality and design," said Nicolas Corrochano, Vice President of IT for the MDM Hotel Group. "The rooms at the JW Marriott are richly appointed, and the slim design and black hue of the Panasonic plasmas are totally in keeping with the décor. The displays are wall-mounted, and are so thin that they actually look like a picture. Our guests have been quick to praise the plasmas as soon as they see them in the room."
A 65" Panasonic flat-screen plasma serves as the focal point of the hotel's La Terraza Cafe and Bar, with 42” plasmas placed in various common areas, including the Concierge Lounges on the three executive-level floors, and the conference floor, where plasmas are available for meeting rentals. "As these are commercial-grade displays, we can expect top-performance over an extended service life," Corrochano said.
According to Corrochano, Panasonic plasmas are being used at a growing number of Marriott properties in the greater Miami area.
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