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    Clarion Hotel Stockholm

    News stories featuring Clarion Hotel Stockholm:

    BMW uses NFC car keys to open hotel room doors

    April 23rd, 2012

    The luxury car maker has worked with hotel key card specialist VingCard to develop a way for drivers to book a hotel room from their car, download their room key to an NFC-enabled car key and receive special offers available just to BMW drivers. More

    Yale unveils NFC door locks

    September 9th, 2011

    Lock maker Yale has developed an NFC version of its domestic keyless entry system and says it expects to be the first US brand to put residential NFC-operated locks on the market. More

    VingCard launches NFC room key system for hotels

    June 28th, 2011

    The hotel room key market leader, part of the Assa Abloy group which recently ran an NFC trial at the Clarion Hotel Stockholm, has now brought the technology to market. More

    NFC room keys find favour with hotel guests

    June 8th, 2011

    Guests at the Clarion Hotel Stockholm said using an NFC-enabled phone to check in, enter their room and check out made their stay more pleasant, saved time and inspired them to use the service again. More

    GSMA video shows NFC in action in Nice

    GSMA video shows NFC in action in Nice

    February 26th, 2011

    Mobile network operators’ association the GSMA has produced a video showing near field communication phones in action in the French city of Nice, where mobile operators have been conducting an NFC trial under the Cityzi brand name. The… More

    NFC phones replace room keys and eliminate check-in at Swedish hotel

    November 3rd, 2010

    The world’s first pilot test using NFC phones to replace hotel room keys begins this week at the Clarion Hotel in Stockholm, using a new mobile key solution developed by Assa Abloy. More

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