What in-room technology does The Beverly Hills Hotel have?

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Tech-savvy guests will appreciate the fabulous in-room technology at The Beverly Hills Hotel. For starters, each room at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel is outfitted with a 41-inch Philips flat-screen TV and a DVD player. Though game consoles are not provided upon arrival, you can borrow them from the concierge at any time for a fee. Recently the hotel installed new phone systems so each room now comes with three multi-line telephones — two of which feature dual-line speakerphones — as well as the option for more private direct phone lines.
 
If you’re traveling on business, laptop hookups are available so you can stay charged all the time. And business and leisure travelers alike can appreciate listening to personal CDs on their own interactive entertainment systems.
 
For the latest in technology, book a bungalow at The Beverly Hills Hotel. The newest ones feature a small touch screen that allows you to control the room’s lighting, curtains, air conditioning and so on. You’ll also never have to worry about intruders because the Presidential Bungalows have private cameras. Instead of a traditional peephole, there’s a small screen that shows who is at your door. All in all, it’s truly like living in your personal home in Beverly Hills with all of the technological trimmings. 

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