As the average hotel guest enjoys a wide array of the most current technological advancements at home, hotels are struggling to keep up with their in-room technology. What do hotels need to do in order to stay ahead of the curve and increase the rate of guest returns
Rosen Shingle Creek brings personalized 2-way IP guest communication and walled-garden sites to this Orlando, FL property in an effort to increase guest revenue options.
Hotels can now broadcast the departures of neighboring airports onto their guest TV network.
Flyte Systems and Four Winds Interactive enter into a partnership to deliver real-time flight information across LCD display screens.
The Holiday Inn Express Hotels & Suites becomes the first hotel in Halifax to use ILCO's Contactless locks and front desk unit.
Cornerstone Hotels and Telkonet partner to initiate energy savings solutions in Wisconsin properties through discounted energy management solutions with no upfront expense.
The Four Seasons Philadelphia selects KoolConnect's Intrigue HD VOD as its preferred digital in-room entertainment solution.
As customer and operational needs for internet connectivity grows, the hospitality industry is beginning to see an increased need to protect browser security. Although the most secure networks are still susceptible to attack, there are a number of measures that IT departments can put in place to safe guard their systems.
Sheraton Hotels & Resorts plans to implement Microsoft products and services at the "Link @ Sheraton" in more than 300 properties worldwode by the end of 2008.
Hilton Hotels expand Hilton Meetings across North America. After first being introduced in 2000, it is expected that the majority of Hilton properties will include these new meeting rooms by the fourth quarter of 2008.