The LodgeNet mobile app will let hotels provide customized communication to guests, and will give guests control over in-room TVs from their iPhone, iPad or Android.
Debuting in March, iHome HiDM5 offers hotel guests a wireless keyboard and speakerphone for Bluetooth-enabled tablets and smartphones.
The Hyatt Regency New Orleans has turned to KABA Lodging for RFID keycards. The hotel, which only permits keycard holders to guestroom floors contains 1,193 rooms.
LodgeNet Interactive Corporation and REELZCHANNEL have announced a brand new movie channel, the premiere channel, allowing studios to promote their latest releases to frequent movie-goers.
Nordic Sea Hotel in Stockholm, part of Nordic Choice Hotel group, is the world's first hotel to offer interactive online services via Philips MediaSuite TVs.
Best Western and Cables To Go are working to deliver a connectivity panel to thousands of Best Westerns worldwide. The technology offers plug and play connectivity for a host of devices, ranging from iPhones to Blu-ray players.
Oslo hotel is the first in the Choice network to enable guestroom lock access via any mobile phone, regardless of model or carrier.
HT's annual Lodging Technology Study covers trends, challenges, and priorities across a range of topics, including budgets and business drivers, in-room tech priorities, property management and back-of-house, and front-of-house tech.
The solution will allow guests to use their personal devices and equipment for multimedia sharing and in-room entertainment.
Owners of Relais & Chateaux Hotel Heritage in Belgium are offering guests the iPad2 with a wide selection of music, movies, apps and other content.