The world's most hi-tech hotels

By Tamara Hinson, for CNNPublished 23rd August 2013
Yotel New York robot luggage clerk ... presumably you don't have to tip
You won't be disturbed by the jingling of someone scrabbling for their keys -- just awakened by an iPhone ring tone.
You won't be disturbed by the jingling of someone scrabbling for their keys -- just awakened by an iPhone ring tone.
Blow Up Hall
The QT's hi-tech sales point is an elevator that calculates the number of passengers and plays "appropriate" tunes.
The QT's hi-tech sales point is an elevator that calculates the number of passengers and plays "appropriate" tunes.
QT hotels
The theWit's answer to muzak: chirping birds and crickets.
The theWit's answer to muzak: chirping birds and crickets.
thewithotel.com
You can call housekeeping or switching on the "do not disturb" sign via custom electronic interfaces at the Peninsula Hong Kong.
You can call housekeeping or switching on the "do not disturb" sign via custom electronic interfaces at the Peninsula Hong Kong.
peninsula hong kong
Pay for everything by biometric scan. Not creepy at all. Right?
Pay for everything by biometric scan. Not creepy at all. Right?
Ushuaïa
Why fly when you can play 50 international golf courses virtually?
Why fly when you can play 50 international golf courses virtually?
Hotel 1000
With iPads everywhere the Magdalen Chapter is a "paperless" hotel.
With iPads everywhere the Magdalen Chapter is a "paperless" hotel.
Magdalen Chapter