|By PR Newswire||
|August 7, 2014 04:00 AM EDT||
PARIS, Aug. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Guests staying at Buddha-Bar Hotel Paris have a new, eco-chic digital amenity to keep them connected during their stay. The hotel now offers a complimentary, digital, all-you-can-read newspaper and magazine service from PressReader, treating guests to more than 2,800 local, regional and international publications by using their laptops, tablets or smartphones.
"PressReader provides guests with a digital newsstand full of top titles," said Igor Smirnoff, chief commercial officer for PressReader. "Guests can digitally access full editions of their favorite publications just as they appear in print. They can wake up, download their hometown paper in their native language and read it from the comfort of their room, even before the issue hits their doorstep at home."
PressReader has publications from more than 100 countries and in 60 languages. Popular titles include Aujourd'hui en France, Elle France, Business Traveller, The Guardian, The Washington Post, and more. Using PressReader is easy. Guests can connect to the hotel Wi-Fi, go to PressReader.com with the latest version of their Web browser, or download the free PressReader app and choose the desired country, language and publication. The service is available in all Wi-Fi accessible areas, with reach throughout the entire hotel property.
PressReader is an all-you-can-read digital newsstand that connects people through news. More than 30 million people use PressReader to read, share and talk about news. Full issues of 2,800+ global newspapers and magazines can be read online, in print or downloaded via the app. PressReader is offered at thousands of libraries, hotels, corporate offices, airport lounges and other businesses, as well as on airlines and cruise lines worldwide. PressReader partners with more than 4,000 publishers in over 100 countries, providing the technology to help them monetize and distribute their content and the multi-channel digital platforms to grow their global reach and readership.
Media Contact: Johanie Marcoux, PressReader, +1.604.278.4604 ext. 235, [email protected]
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