We have a special place in our hearts for our hotel clients, all of whom use our Internet in so many different ways from powering up iPad-controlled smart rooms to fueling conventions for thousands of people.
This summer, we’re thrilled to be adding three new Los Angeles hotels to the BAI client list, delivering our high-speed Internet to them to keep guests happily surfing, streaming and sharing.
Here’s a quick peek at these luxe properties – each of which brings a new layer of chic appeal to the buzzy LA scene:
This ultra hip spot is housed in the former Commercial exchange building with rooms that feature hand-woven textiles and artwork from local Los Angeles artists. The Broken Shaker rooftop pool and bar is naturally the best spot in the house, while their hotel restaurant, The Exchange “explores the multi-cultural flavors of urban LA through an Israeli lens”. Between the location, food and vibes, this hipster haven is just what Downtown LA has been craving.
With a sleek pool deck featuring panoramic views of the city and a killer location at Sunset and La Cienega, The Jeremy is sure to be an instant LA hotspot. Open room designs and oversized vanities make it perfect for getting ready for a night out on the famed Strip, while the Rooftop bar offers up a swanky spot for private parties. (Plus complimentary Wi-Fi makes it even easier to share those night-on-the-town selfies).
The Hotel Figueroa.
A longtime DTLA landmark, The Hotel Figueroa is hardly a “new kid on the block”. But…after closing for a year for a total renovation, this historic gem has a shiny, new luster. Harkening back to its original Spanish Colonial style, the updated digs feature dark beams, columns and beautiful arches at every turn, while the luxurious new rooms feature iPads with guest request technology.
As different as these three spots are, there is one thing they do have in common…Excellent guest Internet & Wi-Fi!
Bel Air Internet delivers High-Speed Internet & Managed Wi-Fi services to hotels throughout Southern California and Las Vegas, as well as residential properties, commercial buildings, businesses, studios and student-housing developments.