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  • Aloft Hotel lets you order room service by emoji
  • Aloft Hotel lets you order room service by emoji
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Aloft Hotel lets you order room service by emoji

Fancy room service while staying at a hotel, but can’t bring yourself place a call to the front desk? Aloft Hotel has the answer. Its new service – named ‘Text it. Get it.' – lets your order via emojis. With the visual language more popular than ever, is this the future of room service?

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