QDOS has recently been awarded contracts to provide ICT hospitality products and services for several historic buildings, transformed into contemporary design hotels.

Vanbrugh House Hotel is an intimate, boutique hotel at the heart of Oxford. The hotel’s name is a tribute to 18th century English architect and dramatist Sir John Vanbrugh (1664-1726), designer of Blenheim Palace and Castle Howard.

Vanbrugh House Hotel offers a unique guest experience with 22 individual bedrooms and suites, each with their own style and character. The Vicarage suite and Nicholas Hawksmoor room benefit from their very own city garden and terrace area. Each room is named after its own distinctive history or location and there is a story behind each room.

Vanbrugh House Hotel utilises a Mitel 3300 Telephone System, with Voice over IP handsets for business areas, and analogue handsets in guest bedrooms and suites. QDOS is to provide 24/7 remote diagnostics and field based support services for the Mitel platform, integrated with the Property Management System enabling check in and check out billing facilities, call barring and maid status services.

In addition, The Courthouse Hotel is a 5 star luxury hotel ideally located in Central London where stylish Mayfair, fashionable Soho and the West End meet. Set amongst London’s finest shopping streets, tourist attractions and theatreland this contemporary design hotel is situated in an old Grade II Listed Magistrates’ Court, retaining much of its original historical features but with a modern twist.

The Great Marlborough Street Magistrates’ Court set the scene for many famous cases over the years, which were either heard there or taken to full trial at Crown Courts such as the Old Bailey. Famous cases included the appearance of John Lennon, Oscar Wilde, Christine Keeler and Mick Jagger who were all present to defend their cause.

Many remnants of this time have been incorporated into the building’s current scheme. The Bar’s private tables are actually inside three of the original prison cells and the original courtroom, today known as the Silk restaurant, is the culinary and architectural focal point of the hotel.

With 116 spacious bedrooms & suites, a trendy cocktail bar, award winning restaurants, leading spa and contemporary roof terrace, Courthouse Hotel is renowned for intuitive service and comprehensive facilities.

Courthouse Hotel too utilises a Mitel 3300 Telephone System, with digital handsets for business areas, and analogue handsets in guest bedrooms and suites. QDOS is to provide 24/7 remote diagnostics and field based support services for the Mitel platform, integrated with the Opera Property Management System enabling check in and check out billing facilities, call barring and maid status services.

The Washington Mayfair Hotel is a distinguished hotel with a history dating back to 1913. This 178 bedrooms and suites, 4 star deluxe accredited Mayfair hotel is superbly placed in the Capital’s premier commercial and cultural centre.

Its Art Deco origins can be clearly seen in the bas relief features on the exterior. However in the years since it opened, frequent renovation, new design touches and extensive modernisation have made this hotel a favourite for those staying in one of London’s finest locations, Curzon Street, tucked into the heart of Mayfair a few minutes from Park Lane.

The Washington Mayfair utilises an Alcatel-Lucent Telephone System, with digital handsets for business areas, and analogue handsets in guest bedrooms and suites. QDOS is to provide 24/7 remote diagnostics and field based support services for the Alcatel-Lucent platform, integrated with the Opera Property Management System enabling check in and check out billing facilities, call barring and maid status services.

For more details on the hotels.

Vanbrugh House Hotel.  20-24 St Michael’s Street, Oxford, OX1 2EB. Tel: 01865 244 622 www.vanbrughhousehotel.co.uk

Courthouse Hotel. 19 – 21 Great Marlborough Street London W1F 7HL. Tel: 020 7297 5555 www.courthouse-hotel.com  

Washington Mayfair Hotel. 5 Curzon Street Mayfair, London, W1J 5HE. Tel. 020 7499 7000 www.washington-mayfair.co.uk