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Schindler elevators and escalators are ideal for small hotels requiring an elevator for accessibility requirements to major high-rise facilities with complex mobility needs.  

Keep guests moving

Hotel guests want to spend their time sightseeing, attending to business and enjoying your hotel's amenities.  Schindler's broad range of solutions for hotels can help your guests move seamlessly though your venue, whether it be a three-story boutique hotel, or luxury accomodations in a high rise.

Our range of elevators and escalators are sure to meet your hotel’s specific requirements.

Efficiency

The PORT Technology, Schindler's elevator destination technology, is engineered to to handle high traffic and to avoid long waiting times during peak check-in and check-out times.

The smart energy saving modes increase energy efficiency in a group of elevators, by maximizing the transport capacity.

New York Marriott Marquis hotel
The spectacular atrium at the New York Marriott Marquis hotel houses a circular bank of 16 elevators.

New York Marriott Marquis hotel

Major hotels overlook New York City's Times Square, and perhaps the most famous is the 49-story, 1.8 million-square-foot, New York Marriott Marquis, itself a tourist attraction. Designed by the architectural firm of John Portman & Associates, the hotel is an imposing structure with a spectacular atrium that houses a circular bank of 16 elevators. Located in the heart of Times Square, the hotel mirrors the tremendous mobility that energizes New York.

Now, after a Schindler elevator modernization, hotel guests enter their floor destination into strategically located keypads in the lobby and are directed to the elevator that will take them there with minimal stops along the way. Schindler's destination-dispatch system has reduced delays by more than 50%. As an added benefit, energy consumption has been reduced by 3.3% which, in a hotel the size of the Marriott Marquis, adds up to 1 million kilowatts.

Mariott Marquis Next Floor Article (pdf)