5 things to know about hotel security in Orlando, Florida.
If you’re in Orlando right now, or just planning to visit, here are five things you need to know.
Orlando, FL – September 19, 2018Orlando-based hotel company HotelTonight announced today that it has expanded security for its Orlando hotel, adding a new “facial recognition” feature and making it possible to unlock the doors, lock the doors and get in.
The company also announced that it will make it easier for guests to report security incidents.
To be clear, the company doesn’t plan to release a “self-service” app that you can use to unlock doors and lock the front desk.
Instead, the feature will be powered by a facial recognition system and you will be prompted to enter your photo into a computer.
You will then be asked to click on the app, which will take you to a login page where you will need to enter a password for the system to unlock your room.
Once you’re logged into the app you will have a link on the top of the screen that will take your photo and then you will get a screen that says “Press a key to unlock.”
The next screen on the screen will ask you to enter the “code” for your device to unlock.
On the next screen, you’ll be asked if you’d like to have your device fingerprinted.
And on the last screen you will see a “Reset password” button.
As of right now the feature is only available in Orlando.
It will be coming to other cities in the future.
In Orlando, you can also check out our complete guide to Orlando hotels.
Hilton HeadCount is another Orlando hotel that announced last week that it is expanding security at its hotel.
This is a very large-scale expansion, with approximately 2,000 guests already registered at the hotel, according to a statement.
We will be updating the full hotel’s security plans in the coming days, but in the meantime, we have an expanded security team that is on site to help us with any additional security needs as we complete the renovations.
Our new security team has been in Orlando for the past few months to assess the new hotel and has already taken steps to secure the area around the building and surrounding parking lots.
These improvements will provide a more secure environment for guests and help us maintain the guests’ safety.
HeadCount’s security team will also be onsite for guests staying at hotels in the Orlando metropolitan area.
There is no word yet on whether the company will expand its security to other locations in the region, or if it will continue to do so.
HotelTonight has not yet released an official statement regarding the Orlando expansion, or whether it will offer additional security to guests staying in hotels in other cities.
Stay tuned to Polygon for more information.