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Hyatt Hotels To Get the ' i ' Makeover

Hyatt Hotels To Get the ' i ' Makeover

Out with the old and in with the new! Hyatt Hotels & Resorts are catching up with the times by planning to add iPod-ready iHome clock radio speaker systems to guest rooms in its U.S., Canada and Caribbean properties.

With nearly 70 million iPod's already sold worldwide, is it far fetched to think that iPod speakers should be a mandatory room accessory alongside a television and hair dryer? Hyatt has also announced a new digital download music pilot program in which “individual properties will offer unique, destination-specific music collections.” This program and its properties are set to be integrated across North America throughout 2007.

Kudos to the Hyatt for trading up ghetto blasters for iPod accessories - this seems to be a growing trend.


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a-gentle-rain a-gentle-rain 10 years
cool idea!
screammylungzout screammylungzout 10 years
excellent! i have pretty good speakers, but i hate having to lug them around, plug them in, etc.
aistea311 aistea311 10 years
I work for Hyatt and I know all about it. Majority of the rooms already have iHomes, or Bose Sound Dock Stations in Europe for iPods. It is great.
Maggie-Mae Maggie-Mae 10 years
nice! I can't wait until all the hotels I go to for work have sleep number beds AND ipod speakers. That'll be sweet. Ah, the comforts of home ;)
glam-sugar glam-sugar 10 years
This is fabulous! I was just in Vegas last week and I was wishing my hotel had iPod speakers...
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