According to a new study released by Cornell University, a substantial majority of hotels are not using all the possible tools to maintain their network's security.
LXR Luxury Resorts & Hotels expects the upgrade to MTech's HotSOS services-management solution to generate benefits on the corporate as well as property level.
The Sheraton Station Square Hotel's deployment of a POS and wireless network from Colubris will allow guests to purchase food and beverages from any location in the hotel using a variety of payment options.
Rosewood Hotels & Resorts had two distinctly different properties that were both in need of a communications solution that enabled staff to quickly respond to guest requests. Management found their solution in the Mitel 3300 ICP communications platform.
Hospitality Technology recaps the newest POS software technology releases and upgrades for 2008. Flexibility and function top operators' POS wish lists, from mobile and conversational ordering to labor management applications.
The Los Angeles based uWink knows how to create a truly unique dining atmosphere that marries social game play with meal time. Touch screen terminals at every table not only route food and drink orders directly to the kitchen, but offer more than 70 games to delight and entertain guests. In this exclusive interview, uWink CEO Nolan Bushnell (also founder of Chuck E. Cheese and Atari Corp.) sits down with his son and uWink's CTO Brent Bushnell, and together the two spill all the family secrets behind this next-generation dining concept.
Upgrading in-room televisions to flat screens is more than just a logic step for hoteliers. Viewed as a brand requirement and a method for upping the appeal of guestroom aesthetics, operators share their plans and thoughts on flat screen enhancements.
The newly opened CBS Scene Restaurant & Bar serves up a wide variety of CBS entertainment options thanks to over 135 Sony plasma LCD and graphic projects displaying sports and television programming options.
Any hotel executive will tell you that a happy team results in happy guests. Thanks to advancements in technology, hotels now have the ability to deploy work-at-home alternatives that not only attract quality employees but also reduce costs and customer dissatisfaction. Learn the tips and reasons to start a work-at-home program from the team at Hilton Hotels.
A new drapery system from Luton allows guests to control guestroom drapes with an infrared handheld control or wall mount, and also integrates with the Stanza lighting controls.