NEW: Charter Expands HD Service at Worcester’s Beechwood Hotel
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Charter Business, the commercial division of Charter Communications, recently designed and installed a new video solution at The Beechwood Hotel & Ceres Bistro, 363 Plantation Street in Worcester, which now provides hotel guests more HDTV channels and the very best program viewing options available.
Hotel guests can now enjoy the same HD viewing quality previously reserved for residential customers. Charter Business’ commercial HD video solution also provides an on screen interactive program guide, allowing easier searching for a more enjoyable video experience.
“Charter Business is bringing the in-home video experience to hotel and motel properties throughout our Charter service areas in New England,” said Ross Bopp, Senior Director Sales, Charter Business. “Guests who are accustomed to high-definition television at home expect nothing less at their hotels and Charter Business is proud to provide our at home high definition experience to those travelling on business. In an extremely competitive environment, this places our voice, data and video business product lines at the technological forefront.”
“We have had a relationship with Charter Business since the opening of the hotel,” said Mark Waxler, General Manager of The Beechwood Hotel & Ceres Bistro. “I have always been impressed with their service and quality. Being a AAA Four Diamond Hotel, we get special viewing requests from our guests and Charter has always taken care of all of their special needs.”
Charter Business has a 24/7 dedicated tech support team and network operations center monitoring key business applications. In addition to HDTV in guest rooms, Charter Business offers hospitality solutions with customized and reliable Internet services, including many products with speeds beyond 100Mbps, as well as voice business applications.
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