Quality Hotel Arlanda XPO

Location: Stockholm, Sweden

421 guestrooms and suites

Renovation and new extension.
Opened 2020

Our services

At Quality Hotel Arlanda XPO, function Solutions have provided the hotel with the following solutions and guest room features:

GRMS (Guest room management system)

We centralize all the room's different functions and features in one single managing tool, such as temperature, pre-heated floors or lighting. This greatly reduces staff workload and enhances the customer experience.

Climate control

An occupancy-based environmental control system that uses sensors to detect if the guest is in the room, and adjusts the temperature accordingly. This helps save energy by only using resources when needed.

Integration booking system

We integrate the hotel's reservation system with room automation to sync occupancy and set different modes. These are reset after adjustments when the guest checks out.

Bathroom floor heating adjustable via GRMS

By integrating the floor heating with the booking system, it can be remote controlled. Preheat the floors upon arrival to offer your guest extra comfort, then save energy by putting the underfloor heating into standby mode when the guest is not in the room, or economy mode when the guest has checked out.

Light control – Daily dimming and relay

Provide your guests with a comfortable and convenient lighting experience, while also helping to save energy and reduce costs for the hotel.

Keyless/Cardless function

Save energy and time. Our keyless — or as we like to call it — cardless function allows the hotel guests to check-in and walk straight to the room using only their smartphones. No more lost key cards or queues by the reception!

"Now we can control all the important features"

What once was a great challenge has become substantially easier, all thanks to the new operating system from function Solutions.

– The system ensures great comfort for our guests and employees, while we also reduce our climate footprint and save energy and money, says property manager Pia Möllerström.