Homewood Suites by Hilton reveals the latest in business traveler trends, plus the steps that the brand is taking to make sure that they are meeting guests' needs.
A customized iPad application allows South Gate sommeliers to educate patrons on the NYC eatery's more than 650 wines or invites guests to instantly access the information themselves with the touch of a finger.
Facebook Places lets mobile device owners with Facebook accounts share their exact location and find the whereabouts of their friends, writes Jon Swartz of USA Today.
mPunch enables customers to scan a coded image at the register in lieu of receiving a punch, stamp, or swipe with a traditional loyalty card.
RoomWise enables hotels to offer guests 'second screen' access to a wide range of in-room entertainment options throughout their stay via the iPhone and iPad.
Set to launch this fall, Starbucks' in-store Digital Network will give customers free access to a collection of premium digital content including channels related to wellness, kids' programming and more.
A partnership between Sheraton and JiWire will allow advertisers the opportunity to reach on-the-go guests with localized messages based on their exact physical location in more than 200 hotels.
CipherOptics' Virtual IP technology allows customers to secure PCI regulated data over public and private networks simultaneously with a single solution.
HT's annual Self-Service Technology Study reveals that strengthening consumer expectations and a brightening economy are helping to kick hospitality self-service initiatives back into gear.
A consumer satisfaction survey conducted by the University of Delaware reveals the top attributes meeting guests' expectations, and the areas that are in need of improvement.