BeoVision 4-103
A 103-inch TV in the world’s most expensive suite

21 Feb 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

Hotel President Wilson, Switzerland, is providing the ultimate guest experience by introducing a new way of communicating with guests in their room via Quadriga’s Sensiq solution, complemented by the highest quality Bang & Olufsen flat panel TVs. Here you will find one of the world’s largest TVs; the B&O 103-inch BeoVision 4-103.

BeoVision 4-103 at Hotel President Wilson

The hotel’s 1,680 square metre Royal Penthouse Suite, which costs 75,000 Swiss Francs (58,000€) to stay in per night, offers an outstanding guest entertainment experience. It is one of only three hotels in the world to include the BeoVision 4-103 from Bang & Olufsen, one of the world’s largest televisions measuring 103” – providing an unrivalled cinema and entertainment experience in both vision and sound. The hotel selected Quadriga’s Sensiq guest communications portal solution to complement this state-of-the-art AV technology. Both brands have worked closely with the hotel to deliver a superior guest experience and reinforce the Hotel President Wilson’s luxurious brand.

BeoVision 4-103 at Hotel President Wilson
BeoVision 4-103 at Hotel President Wilson

The lavish Hotel President Wilson is located on the lakeshore, with spectacular panoramic views of Lake Geneva and the famous “jet d’eau”. This luxurious venue has been fully renovated and is one of Geneva’s most contemporary hotels. The suite occupies the entire eighth floor of the Hotel President Wilson. It boasts a fitness area, a jacuzzi with views of Mont Blanc, 12 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a 250sq metre salon, a Steinway grand piano and private terrace.

As part of this renovation, all 180 rooms and 48 suites in the hotel are equipped with bespoke AV technology from Bang & Olufsen, ensuring that all hotel guests are offered an unparalleled experience. The BeoVision 4-103, situated within the Royal Penthouse Suite, features a stand that has been uniquely engineered to elevate the screen at the touch of a button. Simultaneously, BeoLab 10, a bespoke speaker system, emerges from under the screen to ensure a superior sound quality. The screen can also tilt forward to ensure the best viewing position.

Bang & Olufsen introduced the 103-inch TV back in March 2009. FlatpanelsHD had a chance to do a mini review of the BeoVision 4-103 that you can read here.

B&O press release, edited

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