• Aloft New Orleans Downtown Will Have RoomCast Streaming System

     
    POSTED January 29, 2017
     

The Aloft New Orleans Downtown has announced the launch of RoomCast, powered by Chromecast. The streaming system will allow guests to cast content from their devices to their television, all in the comfort and privacy of their own guest room.

RoomCast gives each guest room a wireless personal area network with a password and streaming device. When guests enter their room, they can join their own secure network. Guests will see a cast button on all cast-enabled programs on all iOS and Android devices. RoomCast allows guest to use their favorite apps with ease. No extra downloads or personal information is necessary for use. Additionally, after each guest the password will be reset for the next guest.

The hotel is located in the central business district in New Orleans and only steps away from the French Quarter and Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Aloft offers many modern and tech-savvy amenities and updated, flexible meeting space.

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