While the Internet is becoming the place of choice for consumers to research and book travel, many hoteliers struggle when it comes to managing multiple distribution channels. By deploying the right mix of technology and the personal touch, hoteliers will be properly situated to respond to changes in market conditions good or bad.
As more hotel guests travel with their personal technology devices, it is becoming increasing important for operators to provide guests with a conduit for their use in the guestroom. Learn how Hutton Hotels frees their guests from small screens and headphones with the use of a universal in-room connectivity solution.
Motel 6 Santa Barbara has a completely new look with the "Phoenix" design. Environmentally friendly features, flat screen televisions and WiFi are among the updates.
Increased guest usage and bandwidth demands prompted Omni Hotels to select BelAir Networks as its WiFi provider, with deployments commencing in 2009.
The 58 series guestroom telephone includes a number of Bittle's patented features include the never-off busy dial tone disconnect and reset feature.
Doubletree Beach Resort Tampa and Ramada Inn Salt Lake City select TELEVUE as their free-to-guest television programming provider.
The new mirrored television product line utilizes best-in-class mirror components combined with the latest high-definition LCD TV technology.
To become part a designated member, the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport needed to follow green practices in the areas of water conservation, energy efficiency, and waste management.
The New Yorker Hotel offers free WiFi Internet access for guests as part of its recent $70 million renovation.
InterContinental San Juan Resort & Casino is able to easily log and track guest requests through the Web-based GoConcierge.