The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas CIO, Kris Singleton, describes how transforming public spaces with guest-facing technology has enhanced the overall hotel experience. By extending amenities often reserved for in-room perks, The Cosmopolitan is offering the ultimate in connectivity for its guests across the entire property.
As recessionary era belt-tightening seems to be easing, IT budgets across all hospitality sectors are increasing.
Vertical Systems, Inc. has introduced four mAPPs to change hotel management to correspond to guests’ booking habits.
VingCard Elsafe's VISIONLINE has scored the U.S. patent for its innovation of proprietary wireless networking platform that connects electronic devices and disparate systems within the hotel environment.
The Grand Hyatt DFW blends interactive, eco-friendly in-room controls with stylish design after installing INNCOM solutions.
Quadriga has added promotional tools and TV Internet capabilities to the Sensiq platform and enables hoteliers to direct market to guests and ultimately drive revenue.
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.