The DM50 is a guestroom pull-out minibar, widely used by hotel chains around the world, offering easy accessibility for guests and class-leading energy efficiency for the hotel.
New York, N.Y. – Oct. 20, 2015 – Dometic Group, with a 40-year history of providing hospitality products for the lodging industry and five million minibars installed worldwide, today announced that it will exhibit its revolutionary DM50 at the HX: The Hotel Experience expo in New York City, Nov. 8-10. The DM50 is the world’s first drawer minibar designed to operate silently and provide an array of luxury features to both enhance guests’ in-room experience while saving energy for the hotel. Show participants can see the DM50 at Booth #1936.
“Dometic stands as a pioneer in developing versatile, silent-running minibars and our DM50 represents the very top of our class,” said Fatiha Babou, Business Leader Lodging Americas for Dometic Group. “With the DM50, we have developed a product that has set the standard in the minibar industry. It offers convenience and easy viewing of contents for guests, and at the same time meets the most demanding room design and architectural requirements for our hospitality providers.”
With a 45-liter capacity, the DM50 minibar features adjustable interior shelving and dividers to support food and beverage selections. Its unique design – which offers an unobstructed view of all contents – ensures that refreshments are visible at a glance and easily accessible. The unit also includes an interior LED light to assist in the visibility of products that the hotel is offering. To draw guests’ attention to the minibar, the DM50 comes in two different exterior options – the DM50D equipped with Dometic’s black décor panel and silver pull handle, or the more popular DM50F, which allows designers and furniture manufacturers to build their own front onto the unit and match the rest of the guestroom aesthetic. A lock kit is also optional on either version.
“As with all our hospitality products, the DM50 was developed with guest comfort as our highest priority. Its silent operation ensures that guest rooms are quiet and restful while the easy-open drawer design lends an atmosphere of luxury and convenience that can help foster guest loyalty,” said Doug Curtis, VP of Marketing, Dometic Americas.
In addition to fostering customer loyalty and satisfaction, the DM50 also helps to reduce operating costs. The completely silent DM50 uses 0.38kwH/24h, the lowest energy consumption in its category. It also features automatic defrost and a self-closing door, both of which help to improve the unit’s performance and minimize energy loss.
As well as exhibiting the DM50 at HX: The Hotel Experience, Dometic will also launch the MDT400X, its new top-opening, in-room safe. It will also offer booth visitors a sneak peek of its DW6 wine cooler, a new product that will soon be introduced in the United States.
All Dometic products are not only designed and engineered by Dometic, but are also produced in Dometic-owned manufacturing facilities with the highest quality-control standards.
Downloadable high-resolution photos of the DM50 and other Dometic products can be found http://dometic3.qbank.se/mb/?h=c580888a10372045b67d8f049541cb37 . This press release is available at www.dometicpressroom.com. Find Dometic Lodging on Twitter @DometicAmericas and on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/DometicGroup.
Dometic Group is a customer-driven, world-leading provider of leisure products for the lodging, caravan, motor home, automotive, truck and marine markets. With 40 years of experience in the lodging industry, Dometic is the leading supplier of hospitality comfort products for hotels, resorts and cruise ships, and offers a complete line of hotel systems, including manual minibars, automatic minibars and safes. Dometic’s lodging products are designed, engineered and manufactured exclusively in Dometic-owned factories. The company’s products are sold in 100 countries around the world. Visit www.dometic.com/usa.
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