Three properties owned by the Maryland-based B.F. Saul Company Hotel Division are to implement real-time flight information digital signage from FlyteBoard.
The ARIA Resort & Casino, Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas and The Harmon will debut custom guestroom automation by Control4. One-touch guestroom controls, customized guest greetings, and networked guestroom devices are just some of the technology plans.
A new solution from KoolConnect creates TV screen prompts and settings that allow guests to easily connect entertainment devices to the TV and change the source of their media without the risk of interrupting their other media in progress.
Panasonic's LED screens are being installed on several Princess Cruise ships as an all-day entertainment solution for movies, deck-games, and live camera shots.
The newly opened CBS Scene Restaurant & Bar serves up a wide variety of CBS entertainment options thanks to over 135 Sony plasma LCD and graphic projects displaying sports and television programming options.
Upgrading in-room televisions to flat screens is more than just a logic step for hoteliers. Viewed as a brand requirement and a method for upping the appeal of guestroom aesthetics, operators share their plans and thoughts on flat screen enhancements.
Rosewood Hotels & Resorts had two distinctly different properties that were both in need of a communications solution that enabled staff to quickly respond to guest requests. Management found their solution in the Mitel 3300 ICP communications platform.
Las Vegas' Golden Gate Hotel & Casino is to implement property management and point-of-sale solutions from Agilysys in a move to streamline the 106-room property.
A new drapery system from Luton allows guests to control guestroom drapes with an infrared handheld control or wall mount, and also integrates with the Stanza lighting controls.
Technology innovator works side-by-side with leading management company to provide its hotels with quality guest service.