Hoteliers from across the market, ranging from economy to luxury brands, discuss the in-room innovations that are creating truly 'smart' guestrooms: IP-based guestroom controls, next-gen media solutions, bandwidth-building devices, and more.
IPTV video services over WiFi enable the Hotel International & Terminus in Switzerland to offer guests a full range of entertainment and hotel services including access to more than 100 TV channels, a wake-up service and more.
Resorts World Sentosa, a $6.59 billion integrated resort, expects to maximize efficiency and provide advanced security with the selection of Vingcard's new RF-online wireless locking system.
Movenpick Hotels & Resorts' new mobile website supports more than 5,000 different mobile phone models worldwide and offers users access to real-time room availability, reservations and more.
As part of a capital improvement project, the Phoenician, a luxury resort located in Scottsdale, Arizona, sought to upgrade its network so that all 250 acres of the resort would be covered. Learn how the Phoenician was able to overcome multiple networking challenges in its journey to ensure complete resort coverage.
Car-side digital menu boards entertain guests and increase the average guest check total at Krystal's Chattanooga drive-in, dine-in and drive-thru restaurant. Learn how Krystal injected a fresh, modern edge into the classic drive-in.
Omni Hotels' new iPhone application grants travelers full access to the brand's mobile website where users can book rooms, search rates, and receive special offers.
Just two weeks after introducing its iPhone and iPod touch mobile ordering app, more than 100,000 Pizza Hut guests have downloaded the company's interactive tool that features exploding pizzas and more.
As more consumers join the ranks of dedicated iPhone users, businesses are beginning to tap the app craze to promote their companies, services and products. HT's sister website offers this roundup of the latest iPhone apps in hospitality and more.
AT&T today reported a significant second-quarter increase in the number of WiFi connections on the AT&T network, fueled by the rising number of customers with WiFi enabled smartphones.