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Luxury hotel offers iPod docks, MP3 soundtracks

Luxury hotel offers iPod docks, MP3 soundtracks

Hyatt Hotels & Resorts will offer iPod dock-equipped clock radios in its US, Canada and Caribbean properties, and also unveiled a new digital download music pilot programme.

iHome clock radios feature an iPod docking station and speakers, seven time zone settings and an alarm reset feature.

Hyatt has partnered with Audiosuite to develop 'unique destination-specific music collections' for select properties. The company begins the programme with collections tailored specifically for its Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Gainey Ranch, and Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa, located between Austin and Bastrop, Texas. Hyatt said it plans to expand the program to its other properties this year.


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