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QR codes in hospitality

How do you make sure that all of your guests are reaching your beautiful DigitalGuest platform? With QR codes you can nudge in-house guests but also reach visitors who aren’t staying at your property.

Steel House Copenhagen

When talking about QR codes we have to mention Steel House Copenhagen! At this funky poshtel, the common areas are booming with cleverly placed QR codes linking to exactly what the guest needs in that exact area. Could be a QR code linking to bike rentals next to the bikes, a QR with a voucher for free beer on the bar, or the huge QR code displayed on a big screen next to the reception linking guests to the entire guestbook.

With the DigitalGuest QR code builder, it’s even possible to create beautiful QR code designs that fit any surroundings or brand.


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The Well Spa Resort

A hotel gone digital! The Well Spa Resort in Norway supports their automated communication of the DigitalGuest platform with cleverly placed QR codes.

Guests receive their key cards as waterproof wristbands. These wristbands are placed in a small cardboard box with a QR code linking to the DigitalGuest platform. They’ve also placed the QR code conveniently next to the hotel bed as well as around the reception and lounge area. 


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qr codes in hospitality

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Axel Guldsmeden

At Axel Guldsmeden guests receive a pre-stay email and a check-in SMS linking to their DigitalGuest platform.

But just in case a guest hasn’t found their way to the digital guestbook, Axel Guldsmeden has added a few well-placed QR codes – including a cute paper airplane with a QR code on the bed in each hotel room as well as on the key card envelopes. Just to make sure that guests never doubt where to find information!

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Hotel U14

In Helsinki, Hotel U14 are using a QR code as their minibar menu. Guests simply scan the QR code to see the list of items and prices for each.

One might think ‘the old paper version lying next to the minibar is just fine’… But the printed version required staff to print and distribute new minibar menus every time a new item was added or needed a new price. Going digital means they can just update it digitally, and then every minibar menu is updated instantly! 


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