The December 2009 opening of the 67-acre CityCenter metropolis is expected to deliver the most technologically-advanced guest rooms anywhere in the U.S. From solutions that foster personal automation to its next-generation networking capabilities, Scot Campbell, senior vice president and CIO for MGM Mirage, takes us inside the guest room technology of the industry's most-watch project.
The Signature at MGM Grand joins Preferred Hotels & Resorts' roster of hotels.
The Mandarin Oriental, Boston deploys ADC's InterReach Fusion in-building cellular system to ensure that guests and visitors can rely on continuous voice and data coverage no matter where that are on the property,
TeleAdapt's Pull-Through Pro product line is now available with a weighted piano black base, giving hotel more choices for sleek, affordable in-room cable management.
The special exhibit, which displays the hospitality industry's most innovative technologies for the guestroom, is transforming from an annual project to releasing a new version of the model guestroom on alternating years.
The Westin St. Francis will soon complete the installation of SAFLOK's MT lock and system 6000 operating system in all 1200 guest rooms, 28 meeting rooms, and common areas.
According to a recent survey, nearly 60 percent of those aged 35-54 said that they would not return to a hotel due to poor or no cell phone reception.
The Bardessono Hotel in California's Napa Valley is able to increase housekeeping speed and efficiency with MTech's room expeditor tool operating on the Apple iPhone/iPod touch platform.
The Sleep Inn & Suites in Minot, ND enters into a 5-year agreement with Roomlinx to install its Interactive TV solution in its 176 rooms by July 2009.
Whether it is hardwired or wi-fi, all hotel guest Internet networks can be subject to malicious attacks by outside users. A recent report from the Cornell Center for Hospitality tests the security of 147 hotels and explains why virtual local area networks (VLANs) are operators' most secure line of defense.