Minor Hotels revamps entertainment with Foxtel

Minor Hotels is set to overhaul in-room technology and entertainment through a multi-year deal with Foxtel.

More than 50 properties and 7,000 rooms will be upgraded to Foxtel’s new Business iQ platform, giving guests access to premium linear channels, an on-demand content library with over 30,000 hours of entertainment and the ability to stream content to their in-room TV. .

A Foxtel business partner for many years now, Minor Hotels says it aims to provide guests with “versatile and up-to-date” in-room entertainment.

“The modern traveler expects the latest in-room technology and a robust entertainment offering, which is why we are excited to upgrade this partnership to the new Business iQ platform which will enable guests to have even more interaction , commitment and choice,” said Minor. Australia and New Zealand Hotels Chief Operating Officer, Craig Hooley.

Minor Hotels will also have the ability to customize the platform to display its brand and allow customers to access services such as in-room dining and restaurant reservations.

“We are delighted to extend our relationship with Minor Hotels to bring Australia’s greatest world-class sports and entertainment to the tens of thousands of guests staying at their properties each year,” said Patrick Delany, Foxtel Group CEO.

“We believe tremendously in our Business iQ product, and this has been reinforced by the confidence Craig and his team have placed in us by moving to the Business iQ platform in the future.”

Nicholas E. Crittendon