Travellers will soon be able to visit their local hotel in real-time, and be taken through a VR experience of a hotel, with the hotel owners being in charge of the VR experience.
The hotel is now live, and you can check it out here: https://youtu.be/J2O8_pJ0l0g VR is a new technology which allows people to experience virtual environments through their own eyes, and now it’s available to everyone in Australia, via a new hotel experience.
A virtual tour of a Perth hotel is a VR version of the Hotel Australia website, which allows users to explore a variety of hotel rooms.
The website currently only allows users access to select hotels, but this will be expanded to include all hotels in Australia by the end of the year.
Virtual tours of all hotels, from the boutique to the grandest, are available on the VR website.
Users can also click through the virtual tours to see the actual hotel, and check out all the rooms available, including the latest arrivals.
This is a virtual tour from the grand Hotel Victoria hotel.
It’s a great way to learn about the hotel and experience a hotel experience for yourself, and the VR tours can be found in the VR section.
It’s not all about being in the hotel, though.
Hotel Australia has a VR-ready website where visitors can share their hotel experiences with others.
For example, one user shared an experience from her hotel room that she said she felt was “quite a bit more authentic” than the hotel itself.
Another hotel user shared her experience of travelling from the top floor of her hotel to the ground floor and being able to see a hotel room from the ground level.
“When you get out there, it’s very much a virtual experience,” she said.
“It’s just like going up to the top of a skyscraper, and seeing what’s going on from there.”
In the future, VR hotels could be used for tourism as well.
“We have a number of different things that are coming,” Hotel Australia CEO Andrew O’Brien said.
“It’s a bit like virtual tours and a bit of a bit less immersive.”
Virtual tours could be a way for travellers to explore hotels that are out of their reach.
“Virtual tour will be an important part of the future,” he said.
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