The Web-based interface allows hoteliers to put non-technical hotel staff in control of conference Internet services.
PhoCusWright unveils revised forecasts for the U.S. total and online leisure/unmanaged business travel market through 2010.
Orlando and Las Vegas remain the most popular summer destinations for 2009, followed by San Francisco, Los Angeles and Miami according to ASTA's 2009 Hot Spots for Summer survey.
High Peaks Resort in Lake Placid allows friends, fans and followers on Facebook and Twitter to take advantage of a 46-minute per day, 46-day promotion.
The environmentally friendly keycards are made either from 100-percent recycled polyvinyl chloride plastic or from polylactide acid plastic, and function like traditional magnetic stripe keycards.
As the downturned economy continues and the the risk of identity theft grows, and so does the likelihood that hospitality companies will face major unplanned financial penalties for failing to safeguard consumers' information in the midst of the growing threat. Are you doing the most to protect your business? Here's how.
A Cornell University study compared eleven technologies commonly used in restaurants and found that customers are more comfortable with early dining stage technologies such as virtual menus, pagers and kiosks.
The Chicago luxury high-rise deploys an in-building wireless solution to guarantee consistent cell phone cover throughout its 28 floors of guest rooms and public areas.
Enhancements to Cvent's strategic meetings management toolset now include increased visibility and control of meeting spending.
A global survey shows that websites and hi-tech facilities are the top two criteria that guests look for when choosing a hotel, writes Miral Fahmy of Reuters.