The days when high-tech rooms for hotels meant adding a kettle and alarm clock are long gone, with hotels realizing guests want far more wizardry in their rooms. But now the criteria and things put into new high-tech hotels has totally revolutionized to a significant extent.

Here I have compiled some of the most high tech hotels around the globe. I may have missed out some so please add your suggestions in comment area. Thanks J

Helix Hotel, Abu Dhabi


The Helix Hotel is yet to be built but its hi-tech credentials come in the form of heat and energy conservation with state-of-the-art GROW panels, which harness energy from the sun and wind, to be affixed to the outside of the hotel. There will also be a giant glass wall that will periodically slide open, allowing a fresh sea breeze to blow in.

Hotel Sax, Chicago


There’s the free Wi-Fi, massive wide-screen TVs, and the 6th floor Studio Lounge, free for all guests, where you can relax on big sofas or play Rock Band, Wii games and Guitar Hero. Guests each receive a laptop and Zune MP3 player for use during their stay. The hotel also has tech studios and tech suites.

Hotel 1000, Seattle


Besides innovative plumbing like water pouring from the ceiling to fill the bath, Hotel 1000 also boasts a “silent electronic doorbell” system. Housekeeping staff push a button at your door which sets off an infrared scanner inside your room.

The Peninsula Hotel, Tokyo


The Peninsula takes its tech so seriously that it even has an electronics service department. Rooms have Internet radio boasting 3,000 stations, mood lighting controls, and wireless phones with Skype capability that you can use throughout the hotel. Lastly, there’s a nail polish dryer.

Blow Up Hall, Poznan, Poland


The moment you step inside, you’re a performer in the video being played in the lobby comprising 2,400 tiny images gathered from as many cameras inside the hotel. No keys or door numbers here, just iPhones. Every guest is supplied with an Apple phone which, through recognition tech, you use to gain access to your room.

The Upper House, Hong Kong


All guests at this virtually paperless hotel are supplied with an iPod touch preloaded with games, music and everything you need to know about the hotel and its environs. There’s free and unlimited broadband access.

Mama Shelter, Paris


Once a parking garage, Mama Shelter has a 24-inch iMac in each one of its 172 rooms. The iMac acts as your entertainment center, and there’s free Wi-Fi available too.

Montage, Beverly Hills


A real practical feature for the guys — a fog-free shaving mirror in all bathrooms. The Montage this year became one of the first hotels in the world to receive gold-level LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental

Element Hotels, U.S


Rooms at Element Hotels feature ambient lighting made possible with energy efficient light bulbs, and specially designed, cutting-edge low flow rain showers that minimize water wastage. All rooms have state-of-the-art kitchens and soon guests will be supplied with a Nintendo DS console loaded with Personal Trainer.

Pod Hotel, New York City


Targeted at the younger traveler, New York’s Pod Hotel has an in-house Pod Community Blog, open to those with reservations, that allows guests and guests-to-be to interact, ask questions and exchange information. The hotel is sure to satisfy the tech-hungry budget traveler with its free Wi-Fi, LCD flat screen TVs and iPod docking stations.

Author Ahsan Mukhtar

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4 Responses to 10 Most High Tech Hotels in the World

  1. Luke says:

    numbi tower thing

  2. Luke says:

    numbi tower thing

  3. Really good list of high tech hotels although to be honest non seem that high tech other than just giving you a phone or whatever!

  4. rov says:

    amazing hotels what may be the rent for each of them

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