Al Diar Siji gets globally connected

The Al Diar Siji, Fujairah, has launched a broadband wireless internet connection that it hopes will greatly facilitate online accessibility at the hotel. Guests can now work from a virtual office via their laptop, and are no longer restricted to fixed workstations. With the added benefit of broadband connection, users can also expect high-speed browsing, along with faster uploads and downloads.

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By  Robbie Greenfield Published  March 8, 2005

The Al Diar Siji, Fujairah, has launched a broadband wireless internet connection that it hopes will greatly facilitate online accessibility at the hotel. Guests can now work from a virtual office via their laptop, and are no longer restricted to fixed workstations. With the added benefit of broadband connection, users can also expect high-speed browsing, along with faster uploads and downloads. “This is how the hotel responds to the demands of international business travellers who are always trying to be productive,” says Fouad Melhem, general manager, Al Diar Siji Hotel. “With such innovation, Al Diar Siji Hotel now ranks as one of the world’s most ‘globally-connected’ business hotels, which can be enjoyed at the most competitive price,” he adds. A new digital telephone system will supplement these enhanced internet capabilities. The system will feature integrated check-in and check-out facilities, in-built caller ID for monitoring purposes, and a dual line option to enable guests to place a second caller on-hold. Hotels in the region generally provide standard internet facilities for their guests, but competition amongst the top-tier properties has prompted a technological upsurge. Wireless broadband access is now available in a number of Dubai hotels, including Burj Al Arab, The Fairmont, Grand Hyatt, Le Royal Meridien, JW Marriott and Novotel.

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