IRVINE, California — Pacific Hospitality Group has implemented PressReader HotSpot at all of its hotels and resorts, enabling guests to receive their news digitally and free of charge.
PressReader allows guests access to more than 3,000 publications and the capability to connect through any device, including smartphones, laptops and tablets. The implementation of PressReader aligns with Pacific Hospitality Group’s increased concentration on sustainability, enabling guests to go paperless and enjoy the news on their personal devices. That new complimentary amenity gives users access to thousands of local, regional and international full-content newspapers and magazines in 60 languages.
“We consistently explore new and innovative technology to improve the guest experience and better serve their needs,” said Steve Arnold, president and COO of Pacific Hospitality Group. “PressReader allows us to further our commitment to guest satisfaction and sustainability. Guests may now instantaneously access their favorite titles from their mobile devices in a way that is responsible and earth friendly.”
Guests are able to access PressReader during their stays by connecting to the hotel’s Wi-Fi and going to pressreader.com or by downloading the PressReader app for free to their tablets or smartphones.