Google Assistant has created a hospitality application for its virtual assistant Google Nest Hub, rolled out this summer in a handful of hotels nationally, including the Gansevoort Meatpacking hotel in New York City, the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess in Scottsdale, Ariz., and the Viceroy in Washington, D.C.
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The Meatpacking district’s most iconic hotel, Gansevoort Meatpacking, reveals a massive upgrade and collaboration with fellow neighbor, Google.
"We’re big believers in being contrarians [and] we believe in the Meatpacking District," he said.
The neighborhood, with its cobblestone streets and low-rise buildings on the West Side of Manhattan, offers something the rest of the borough doesn't have, Achenbaum said.
Over the past few years, we've seen an increase in the availability and usage of smart home and voice assistant devices. Perhaps you even bring your own smart speaker when you travel to play music, order takeout or check your flight status. If so, you may enjoy the Google Nest Hub for a smart hotel experience.
The next time you’re wrapping up a trip (whenever that might be amid the COVID-19 pandemic), you might find yourself asking Google Assistant to check you out of a hotel. Google is bringing hands-free hospitality to hotel rooms through its Nest Hub smart displays.
Featured Bartender Donny Largotta’s Spice it Up martini, complete with a homemade pumpkin spice blend, a brown sugar rim, and coffee beans sprinkled over top.
Debuted our new rooftop space, B on Top, in partnership with our neighbor Bagatelle Group.
Painted our rooftop pool as “decidedly Meatpacking District meets Mediterranean” with “refreshing bites served between the skyscraper views.”