The next generation traveler is a demanding guest, not in the context of a guest who is never satisfied, but in the context that they have grown with technology and expect hotels to adapt to technology. Learn the top four solutions that will have their tongues wagging.
More Than Group and the Wyndham Hotel Group are just two major European Hotel chains that have selected Samsung's hospitality TVs.
Prospective guests of the Hollywood Slots Hotel & Raceway can now view an online walk-through tour of the property's offerings, including guest rooms, suites, the gaming area and more.
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Sekret Media Services will produce music related content for distribution in 2,600 hotels represented by Maximus Multimedia.
Intelity's ICE is an in-room concierge and back-office monitoring system for the timeshare segment that promises to boost guest satisfaction through personalization and reporting functionalities.
As part of its ongoing commitment to guest services and satisfaction, the Radisson Hotel Jacksonville Butler Boulevard will add 32-inch flat panel TVs to all 167 guestrooms.
Accor North America, Motel 6 and Studio 6 will provide guests with a central television guide to find TV programming information, local information and more through a deal with E-Guide Services, Inc.
Domino's Pizza introduces a new way for its guests to order pizza for delivery or pick-up thanks to a recent partnership with TiVo.
New solutions from LodgeNet and LG Electronics will provide one-to-one guest services through an in-room interactive platform that will reduce the need for set-top boxes.