The days when simple WiFi access in the lobby was the latest technology are gone. It's been a while. Nowadays, many hotels in the United States are making increasingly cautious attempts to differentiate themselves, from free Wii consoles to robotic lobby displays and even rooms that double as full video editing sets.
A couple of the hotels below are so technologically driven that if you don't have a degree in Information Technology, you might struggle to even enter the room. If you like your stay with a techno twist, you will love this set of top players geek friendly hotels in the united states …
Hotel @ MIT, Boston
Boston Hotel @ MIT is not as big a nightclub as a technology tribute. As soon as you've crossed the threshold and the MIT Artificial Intelligence Lab robots are waiting for you, you know you're a geek in the sky. The theme continues in the form of equations on bed linen and chemistry cartoons (no, really) that adorn bathroom walls.
The items on offer obviously go on like they do indoors: there's a pretty subtle digital safe to store all the expensive hardware you've got for yourself; It goes without saying that WiFi is available all over the world, but it's the lightning fast T1 line and the fact that all rooms are attached to a networked laser printer, which really stands out.
Tribeca Grand, New York
On its surface, the Tribeca Grand flows into a broken NYC. But that doesn't confuse anyone: it's a full-fledged tech entertaining geek from the heart. Why? It got iStudio – a suite of image, video and audio editing software and all the other wonderful innovations that the good Apple people could come up with – for goodness sake! Employees can even communicate via instant messaging with fresh online degrees from all accounts. So, the hip is a rectangle.
Gaansevoort, New York
New York trendsetter Gaansevoort makes it the top gay-friendly hotel in the United States, as it was the first hotel to offer its guests a free Nintendo Wii console in their rooms. Many other people may have jumped in the wagon since then, but The Gansevoort was the first to get there! Technology innovation doesn't stop gaming consoles either: the penthouse also comes with its MacBook and iPod charging valet. Lovely.