A recent USA Today story reports that Hyatt has announced that it will roll out a new, in-room TV system centered around the Internet.
A California resort has enhanced its existing locking system by installing the next-generation of VingCard Elsafe technology.
InterContintental Hotels Group launches the first mainstream hotel brand focused on wellness.
SuiteLinq is rolling out a comprehensive service that combines digital content, connectivity and commerce on one enterprise-wide, modular platform.
HT's Editorial Advisory Board, comprised of hospitality executives from a variety of industry segments, offers insights into what challenges and opportunities are emerging in technology for 2012.
Interactive displays increase interest and local business traffic for a Canadian visitor center.
Entropic and Philips Hospitality have teamed to deliver infotainment services via existing coaxial cable.
HT's "2012 Lodging Technology Study" suggests that hotels spend and have no incremental income. Hotels are racing to the innovation table to figure out how to add the right type of functionality to the guest room, without the promise of more revenue.
From expanding bandwidth to RFID locks, hotels scramble to meet consumer expectations for in-room innovation. To that end, here are five of the hottest guestroom trends to watch for in 2012.
The Grand Hyatt in San Francisco has rolled out installation of VingCard's Orion energy management system, RFID locks, Elsafe safes and VISIONLINE access control system.