The Fort Lauderdale Grand Hotel and Yacht Club decide to install GoConcierge as their preferred web-based system after a long history with the program.
IP technology and creative marketing boost the appeal of in-room telephone systems, making it possible for these seemingly obsolete devises to again become a valued part of the in-room package.
After a six-month testing period at the Homewood Suites location in Tennessee, Hilton Hotels award Bittel USA a Prefered Vendor rating.
Adding to its 20 restaurant portfolio, Table Maestro announces that they will begin to offer their services nationwide.
Resorts place greater a load on their property management systems than any other lodging operation. Learn how to leverage your PMS system to its fullest potential in the demanding resort environment.
M Resort, Spa and Casino announce the inclusion of Sprint and MobileAccess wireless technology into their Las Vegas location. Management expects the wireless solution to add to both guest and staff satisfaction.
Kokua Hospitality announces the instillation of Flyte System's airline information products in five of their properties. Guests will now be able to check their flight information and print out boarding passes from the convenience of the hotel.
In conjunction with KIOSK Information Systems and Nanoation and Netkey, Hewlett Packard announced the launch of a new line of business class kiosks with customizable design and function
Boston's Nine Zero Hotel turns to the newest technology in room entry systems -- the retinal iris scan. In addition to the standard room entry keys, guests of the Cloud Nine penthouse suit have the option of using iris scans as a quick and secure means of accessing their rooms.
More than highly-qualified 40 nominees were considered, and the results are in. Hospitality Technology announces the winners of its fourth annual Hotel Visionary Awards, recognizing lodging companies for outstanding achievement in technology innovation.