Caneel Bay is one of several Rosewood Hotels and Resorts properties where guests can have free use of the new high-definition version of the Flip camera, FlipUltra HD.
“Whether filming their children diving into the ocean, a romantic moment over dinner, or a stunning sunset, guests are able to share these special vacation memories with their family and friends,” said Caneel Managing Director Nikolay Hotze. At the end of their stay, Caneel’s concierge will download guests’
videos to YouTube or burn the footage to a DVD as a souvenir to share
with friends and family.
A Rosewood news release said guests will be given the cameras when they check in. The company said it wants to differentiate itself “from other luxury hotel companies by offering unique amenities and programs that cannot be found anywhere else."
Other hotels offering the amenity include Rosewood properties in Santa Fe, Virgin Gorda, and Mexico's Rivera Maya.
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They also wish to bypass hiring an ad agency, photographer and videographer to market their properties. Interesting how much Rosewood Resort is is betting on crowd sourcing and viral marketing “amenities” to promote their resorts…I wonder if this comes with a release of creator copyright to be signed from the resort?