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12 September 2018

Marriott Maracay Golf Resort Enhances Security with Adoption of ASSA ABLOY Hospitality Technology

Iconic Venezuelan hotel implements Signature RFID door locks and Elsafe Zenith safes with the Visionline access management platform

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  • Marriott Maracay Golf Resort Enhances Security with Adoption of ASSA ABLOY Hospitality TechnologyMarriott Maracay Golf Resort Enhances Security with Adoption of ASSA ABLOY Hospitality Technology

Stockholm - September 12, 2018 - Marriott Maracay Golf Resort, a luxury property situated in central Venezuela, has partnered with ASSA ABLOY Hospitality to implement the latest industry standards in security access technology. With the installation now complete, property guests and staff can benefit from advanced security functionality with VingCard Signature RFID door locks, Elsafe Zenith electronic safes and the Visionline access management solution.

With the addition of VingCard Signature RFID locks, Marriott Maracay Golf Resort can leverage innovative anti-cloning encryption technology to prevent any possibility of unauthorized keycard cloning. Designed using a minimalistic approach and with the ability for hotels to select from a wide range of door handle styles, Signature RFID also works to preserve and enhance a property's visual aesthetic. For properties seeking to keep options open when considering future enhancements to guest convenience, Signature RFID is fully compatible with ASSA ABLOY Hospitality Mobile Access, allowing hoteliers to upgrade to digital key functionality with minimal additions to existing hardware.

"Having recently undergone a renovation to ensure full guest satisfaction, we felt it was vital to strengthen our security access abilities so that each guest can enjoy their stay experience with complete peace of mind," said Jose Subero, GM at Marriott Maracay Golf Resort. "Partnering with ASSA ABLOY Hospitality in order to accomplish this goal was an easy choice to make, due to the company's reputation for innovation in both security and convenience-enhancing technology."

By also implementing Visionline, Marriott Maracay Golf Resort has the ultimate in access control management technology, while further ensuring future compatibility with Mobile Access features.

With the installation of Elsafe Zenith electronic safes, guests at the Marriott Maracay Golf Resort can also extend their peace of mind to include their personal valuables. Equipped with a triangular locking bolt enforcement and an anti-tamper security labyrinth, Zenith ensures that only those with proper authorization can gain access. A flexible solution that requires minimal space and can be placed in drawers or cabinets, Elsafe Zenith is spacious enough to secure larger items, such as laptops or tablets.

For more information about ASSA ABLOY Hospitality and its comprehensive line of security solutions, please visit www.assaabloyhospitality.com.

About ASSA ABLOY Hospitality

The global leader in hotel security technology for nearly 40 years, ASSA ABLOY Hospitality is a part of the ASSA ABLOY Group, a publicly listed company with 47,000 employees. With products installed in properties all over the world, securing millions of guestrooms globally, the company's comprehensive range of security and technology solutions is comprised of VingCard electronic locks, Elsafe in-room safes, integrated software platforms and advanced mobile access solutions. Its latest innovation, ASSA ABLOY Hospitality Mobile Access provides advanced security for hotels and augments the stay experience for today's tech-savvy guests. Operating with secure Seos technology, Mobile Access allocates guestrooms and generates encrypted digital keys over a secure channel. This allows users to bypass the front desk and access their assigned guestrooms via their personal smart phones and watches. In order to provide best-in-class customer service, ASSA ABLOY Hospitality offers support in more than 166 countries worldwide. For more information, please visit www.assaabloyhospitality.com.

About mi-pad Hotels

mi-pad Queenstown is a next generation, energy-conscious hotel experience for the smart traveller. The six-storey hotel features 57 stylish and well-appointed rooms and is the ultimate marriage of technology, sustainability, comfort and convenience.

The $15m John Blair-designed hotel is in the heart of Queenstown, less than a two-minute walk from the vibrant centre with its hundreds of bars, restaurants and activity operators set on the shores of stunning Lake Wakatipu.

MIPAD Holdings is a joint venture project between local Queenstown developer, Lewis Gdanitz, and TJK NZ Ltd, most notably recognized as the owners of luxury boutique hotels, The George, Christchurch and Regent of Rotorua. mi-pad Queenstown is the first hotel for the group and there are already views for expansion, with new sites being identified and intentions to expand over the next 10 years.


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