UK-based Crowne Plaza Hotels now offer guests the option of receiving "switch off calls" at night in an effort to curb BlackBerry and email use and promote a good night's sleep.
What will the guest of 2020 expect from their hotel experience? From dynamic packaging to in-room technology and everything in between, explore the thought processes of the guests of the future and learn how technology will play a huge part in the hotel industry in the years to come.
Global Software Applications, a provider of business center solutions to the hotel world, celebrates the recent acquisition of Flight Time TV.
The Element Lexington becomes the first Starwood Hotel to achieve LEED Gold status for its performance in areas including water and energy conservation and improved indoor environmental quality measures.
Diamondhead Beach Resort will roll out ICE, an in-room virtual concierge and back-end monitoring system in 124 rooms.
Set to open in Fall 2009, The NoMad Hotel and will seek a LEED Silver Certification and has already implemented a number of eco-friendly elements to its original construction.
Viva McDonald's debuts on the Las Vegas Strip and features an array of media rich technology solutions with the aim of providing a unique and fun dining experience for its guests.
The new Motel 6 prototype, the "Phoenix," will feature a number of green environmentally friendly features, as well as multiple technology upgrades including WiFi, flat screen TVs and more.
Intelity bridges the gap between guest interaction and access to multiple hotel service systems with the launch of a self-service solution that aids guests in planning their hotel stays.
Hotels raise the guest satisfaction bar with in-room technology that promotes a superior guest experience. From loaner iTOUCHs to the next generation of customer relationship management, operators aim to impress through personalization.