Hotels can experience the benefits of shared resources and redundancy across multiple locations with Blue Mountain Networks' property management software layered over the Telastic platform.
Upon opening, Stacked: Food Well Built will enable customers to look at meal options; design their own burgers, pizzas and salads; and pay for the meals via table-top iPads.
Technology is key at Harlem's first new hotel in a century, allowing guests to skip the front desk and go directly to their rooms.
The contract extends to Starwood's owned, managed and franchised properties in North America and other markets.
Orders and payments are transmitted to the POS in real-time, while menu data, pricing data, and tax data are transmitted to mobile apps and popular websites.
From magnetic stripes and RFID, to cell phones and networked, wireless controls, Hospitality Technology shines a light on current guestroom locking options to determine how they are impacting access to U.S. hotel rooms.
HT's annual New Tech Showcase looks at the latest products impacting the hospitality industry in 2011.
Nick Price, CIO for Mandarin Oriental, explains why hospitality's move to the cloud is inevitable.
Hospitality Technology speaks with executives from InterContinental Hotel Group, MGM Resorts International, and New York City's The Plaza Hotel to learn what they think our hotel guestrooms will look like in five to ten years.
The project included the installation of Saflok Quantum RFID locks in all 891 rooms of the Peabody Orlando's existing facility during renovation, as well as in the property's new 750-room tower.