What in-room technology does Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta provide?

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Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta features both advanced technological appointments for comfort and convenience. A high-definition, flat-screen TV is provided for your viewing pleasure in each guest room and bathroom. A variety of cable channels are provided, and the latest movies are available for a fee. A menu of movie choices and previews is accessible by pressing the menu button on the TV remote. The TV in your guest room is located on a wall behind framed elegant artwork and blends in with the elegant décor of the room. To raise and lower the art panel, use the up and down arrows on a remote control.

Upon request, the hotel can provide you with a complimentary DVD player. The Mandarin maintains an extensive library of DVDs including children’s movies. The concierge can provide you with many choices from the hotel’s CD library for your listening pleasure during your visit, as well, which can be played in the Bose CD/clock radio next to the bed.

Both business and pleasure travelers may find the wireless Internet access useful. For a $9.95 per day fee, you can access the Internet throughout your room and in the public spaces of the hotel. Three telephones are supplied in each Mandarin guest room and are enabled with two lines and speed dial buttons for access to hotel services/staff. The desk phone provides a wireless handset, digital display and a speaker. A standard telephone is located in the bathroom for your added convenience.

Near the entrance of the room and inside the bedroom are light switches that can turn on and off all of the lights in the room at the same time, if you desire. There’s also an electronic privacy button beside your guest room door if you don’t want housekeeping or any other staff member to disturb you. To block the sunlight in the bathroom, an electric switch on the wall allows you to remotely power the shade up or down.

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