Fewer and fewer hotels have cleaning every day for guests staying over many days in order to reduce costs. If a hotel for example have cleaning every fifth day, this is not always enough for the guests. Instead of contacting the reception to book extra cleaning, the guests can do it instead on the PGA. When the extra cleaning has been paid, the cleaning list for the cleaning personnel will be updated, and show which rooms need extra cleaning on any given day.
A lot of hotels are selling extra services such as parking, breakfast, extra towels and so on. No matter which extra services you sell, you can sell them through the PGA. If you have a restaurant or bar in the hotel, then it is possible to order drinks or food from the PGA. The chef and bartenders will immediately get your order, so when you come down, the order is ready. Or if you have room service available, the order can be brought directly to the room.
If the hotel is reception free or if there are not receptionists or other employees at work all the time, the safest option is to have the main entrances locked, so the guests have to use their code in order to enter the premises. But sometimes guests are getting visitors either by business associates, friends, or others. If somebody is visiting the guest, then the guest can open the main door from the comfort of the room, and not having to go down four floors to let the visitor in.
Every guest checking in will get their own unique Wi-Fi code that is valid throughout the stay. The bandwith will be split evenly between all the rooms in the hotel, so one guest cannot steal all the data from everyone else. Another positive effect is that nobody that is not connected to the hotel will be able to use the Internet. At the same time not all guests are on one unsecured network, which is safer for overall.