Comcast Business upgrades connectivity for Denver's Rally Hotel

June 28, 2021
Comcast Business delivers deluxe viewing and connectivity upgrades to make Rally Hotel guests feel at home.
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Comcast Business on June 24 announced it is providing the Rally Hotel in Denver, CO with services that will improve the guest experience, including customized TV viewing experiences and options to keep guests connected to their home away from home.

The Comcast Business solutions include the provider's X1 Hospitality service, along with a 2 Gig Ethernet Dedicated Internet (EDI) connection and a 500 Mbps EDI circuit. The solutions will span the hotel’s 182 rooms, as well as its 17,000 square foot outdoor plaza, rooftop pool, bar, event spaces and more.

Located in the heart of Denver, the newly opened Rally Hotel offers modern comfort and amenities while putting its guests directly in the center of the exciting "LoDo"  neighborhood. "Guests can enjoy unique local attractions before or after they head back to their rooms for a comfortable place to relax and unwind," notes Comcast. "From the dramatic views on the skybridge rooftop and pool deck to the inventive and playful culinary options to the 21,000 square feet of private event space, The Rally Hotel is the perfect destination for leisure, business, weddings and more."

“When it comes to booking a hotel stay, travelers aren’t just looking for a place to rest their heads anymore – they want truly immersive experiences that feel unique to them,” said Tiffany Owen, General Manager, Rally Hotel. “One of the main reasons we partnered with Comcast Business was because we knew they could help us fulfill this need and allow us to create tailored experiences from check-in to check-out.”

Comcast Business’ X1 for Hospitality solution makes it simple for Rally Hotel staff to activate, reset, and clear guest-room video devices at check-in or check-out via the Hospitality Management System portal available with X1. Additionally, Rally Hotel can add its logo to the X1 menu and include local On Demand content, like property amenities. As a result, guests can access live TV, their streaming and music apps, as well as On-Demand shows and movies at no extra cost. Easy navigation tools allow them to search for content, get viewing recommendations and rewind live TV with the support of a voice-enabled interactive guide.

Meanwhile, the hotel’s 2 Gig EDI connection and 500 Mbps EDI circuit will enable reliable, high-speed connectivity for guests and hotel staff alike.

“Technology has become a critical element to delivering high-quality travel experiences, especially in venues like Rally Hotel where people are looking to both decompress and be entertained,” said Robert Thompson, Vice President of Comcast Business for Comcast’s Mountain West Region. “We are pleased to work with Rally Hotel to help keep visitors to the city of Denver feeling comfortable and entertained during their entire stay.”

For more information, visit https://business.comcast.com/denver.

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