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Rainforest in a Hotel? Only in Dubai!

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You’ve probably stayed at a hotel that has a sauna, or a whirlpool, or a swimming pool. You may have even stayed at a hotel that has a garden or a wooded courtyard. But have you ever stayed at a hotel that has its own rainforest? Well, now you can, on your next trip to Dubai.

A Hotel with a Rainforest

A New Dubai Rosemont Hotel will feature its own rainforest. Not surprising as Dubai is the city that has a mall with an indoor ski resort. It’s also the city that is working on opening the world’s largest indoor theme park. A private hotel rainforest seems like par for the course in Dubai, kings of over-the-top luxury and decadence.

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The new Dubai Rosemont Hotel and Residences, with a price tag of around $550 million, is set to not only feature a private rainforest for guests and residents. Also on the amenities list are other awesome things like robot bellhops, and a full-size bowling alley. Plus, a sky pool that is reported to light up with its own stars at night. That’s got to be one trippy swimming session with a great view.

Rainforest Centerpiece

The central amenity for the new Dubai Rosemont Hotel is the massive rainforest, all 75,000 square feet of its highly detailed landscape. It will even have rainforest mists and a rainforest cafe. There will also be water features like fish-laden streams, and waterfalls. And dinosaurs.

Dinosaurs?! That’s right, the Rosemont Hotel rainforest will have a Jurassic-era prehistoric marsh replete with resident dinos, probably. At least, that’s what it looks like in the available renderings. How cool is that?

It also looks like there are set to be tree-level walkways and what they are calling a rainforest sensory rain system. This system is designed to give people the feeling of being in an actual rainforest, without the actual rain. Imagine sounds and lighting elements that will simulate the environment. Sparing no expense, this includes warm, humid air, thanks to thousands of gallons of water that it will recycle through the rainforest. Now that is what a desert oasis is all about!



Setting Up TV Screens in Your Store for Product Demos

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So you want to use a television screen for a product demo? Great! Television-based product demos are awesome for customers. They have a massive visual impact, and allow for interactivity. Here are some great tips on using a TV screen to get customers interested in a product.

Visual Demos Sell Products

Telling someone something, might make them remember it. Showing them with stunning visuals, actual product usage, and interesting audio will definitely make them remember. Customers will better understand a product when they can see it being used, or interact with it. This leads to better sales for that product.

Television-based Demo Placement

The first thing to think about is where to put the television. You want it to be easily seen from anywhere in the department or aisle that the product is available. End cap placement is a great place, but only if there is enough area for several people to gather and observe it. If it’s interactive, for example a video game console, there needs to be space for one or two people to stand and lenovo television demointeract with the demo. There also must be enough space for people to walk through the area without running into others.

Long sight lines are vital so that people can see the television from afar and be drawn into it. Place the television at or slightly above eye-level. Customers won’t want to crouch down or strain their necks to get a good view of the screen. If you are going to put it above their heads, be sure to tilt it down. That way customers can find a place to stand that is straight on to the screen. This will make it easier for them to see the best image possible.

Television Mounting

Mount the television on a stand or a rack that makes it immovable. If there are people passing by it frequently the last thing you want is it being knocked over. Another option is to mount the television in a transparent plastic case to ensure it cannot be interacted with by customers. However, you also don’t want the plastic case or cage to inhibit the image or sound, if you are utilizing sound. This is especially useful in situations where there will be a lot of children interacting with the demo. They are very curious and will try to press the buttons or change the settings on the television any chance they get. So lock it down and keep it running.

Television Product Demos Work for Almost Everything

Product demos will benefit sales, for nearly any product. With television-based product demos you don’t need to assign an employee to it, or hire someone to do demonstrations. This makes it an easy, inexpensive, set up and forget sales tool. Set it up, get it running right, and the customers will see it and learn more about a product, even if they are not actively paying attention to it when there is sound. Product demos means more sales and more revenue!

So you want to use a television screen for a product demo? Great! Television-based product demos are awesome for customers. They have a massive visual impact, and allow for interactivity. Here are some great tips on using a TV screen to get customers interested in a product.

Visual Demos Sell Products

Telling someone something, might make them remember it. Showing them with stunning visuals, actual product usage, and interesting audio will definitely make them remember. Customers will better understand a product when they can see it being used, or interact with it. This leads to better sales for that product.

Television-based Demo Placement

The first thing to think about is where to put the television. You want it to be easily seen from anywhere in the department or aisle that the product is available. End cap placement is a great place, but only if there is enough area for several people to gather and observe it. If it’s interactive, for example a video game console, there needs to be space for one or two people to stand and interact with the demo. There also must be enough space for people to walk through the area without running into others.

Long sight lines are vital so that people can see the television from afar and be drawn into it. Place the television at or slightly above eye-level. Customers won’t want to crouch down or strain their necks to get a good view of the screen. If you are going to put it above their heads, be sure to tilt it down. That way customers can find a place to stand that is straight on to the screen. This will make it easier for them to see the best image possible.

Television Mounting

Mount the television on a stand or a rack that makes it immovable. If there are people passing by it frequently the last thing you want is it being knocked over. Another option is to mount the television in a transparent plastic case to ensure it cannot be interacted with by customers. However, you also don’t want the plastic case or cage to inhibit the image or sound, if you are utilizing sound. This is especially useful in situations where there will be a lot of children interacting with the demo. They are very curious and will try to press the buttons or change the settings on the television any chance they get. So lock it down and keep it running.

Television Product Demos Work for Almost Everything

Product demos will benefit sales, for nearly any product. With television-based product demos you don’t need to assign an employee to it, or hire someone to do demonstrations. This makes it an easy, inexpensive, set up and forget sales tool. Set it up, get it running right, and the customers will see it and learn more about a product, even if they are not actively paying attention to it when there is sound. Product demos means more sales and more revenue!