The 1729L 17" LCD integrated multifunction touch monitor from Elo TouchSystems and Tyco Electronics includes a variety of features such as MSR, rear-facing customer display, biometric fingerprint recognition, barcode scanner and speaker bar.
Through their partnership with Alcatel-Lucent, Hampshire Hotels and Resorts are improving guest experiences by leveraging an IP converged network. Guests can now receive increased access to entertainment and service options.
Accor, owners and operators of Motel 6 and Studio 6, announce the nationwide installation of Wi-Fi services in over 800 locations through an AT&T partnership. This follows the recent installation of Teledex's ExpressNet solution in an additional 520 properties.
Funded by the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation (AH&LEF), the not-for-profit affiliate of AH&LA, results reveal that wi-fi and customer satisfaction are among the top guest demand and motivation for upgrades.
Red Lion Hotels announces partnership with Telkonet to install wired and wireless high-speed Internet access in 5,400+ rooms in 30 hotels across the US, starting in Q2.
The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) releases the findings from a nationwide study that identifies the impact of hotel tax charges. According to the study, the average room tax is $13.57 per night nationwide.
LG Electronics' advanced hospitality technology solutions debut a new free-to-guest card and widescreen integrated high-definition plasma television series at HITEC 2008.
Guestroom 2010 showcased 40 of the most innovative and cutting edge technologies at this year's HITEC in Austin, Texas. But the most controversial and buzz worthy of all was the technology that was missing: the telephone.
HITEC 2008, held June 16-19, offers attendees a glimpse at the most innovative and cutting edge technology on the market. Couldn't make it to the conference? HT brings you the biggest innovations and announcements that you missed.
Fontainebleau's Miami and Las Vegas locations will rely on Apple technology to offer guests assistance and customizable vacation plans. As a result, hotel management expects to cut back on more than half a million pounds in saved newspapers alone.