Hoteliers are well aware that a large number of travelers suffer from allergy related health issues. Learn how management for the Four Points by Sheraton created an entire allergy-friendly floor with the help of a revolutionary purification system.
In an economy where hoteliers cannot afford to lose one customer to a competitor, it is crucial that operators understand guest technology preferences and accommodate them. Two technologies that have a lot of influence on guests' decisions to return to a hotel: reliable cell phone coverage and high speed Internet access.
The Grand Bohemian Hotel in Asheville, NC now offers guests unlimited complimentary access to HD movies, high speed Internet, music and more through the installation of Roomlinx's interactive TV product.
Wireless Internet and green technology are two solutions that can really differentiate one hotel from the next. Learn how to leverage a solar WiFi solution to give guests the eco-friendly connectivity that they crave.
The environmentally friendly keycards are made either from 100-percent recycled polyvinyl chloride plastic or from polylactide acid plastic, and function like traditional magnetic stripe keycards.
The Chicago luxury high-rise deploys an in-building wireless solution to guarantee consistent cell phone cover throughout its 28 floors of guest rooms and public areas.
A global survey shows that websites and hi-tech facilities are the top two criteria that guests look for when choosing a hotel, writes Miral Fahmy of Reuters.
Explore 2009's in-room technologies and trends in this exclusive report. Topics include green technology, high-definition television, guestroom desktops and more.
Distinguished International Hotels, Residences and Resorts retains the reservations and revenue management services of Advantage Reserve, LLC for its collection of hotel properties.
Loews Hotels joins the EPA's ENERGY STAR program to improve efficiency across its portfolio of 17 hotels and resorts in the U.S. and Canada.