Guests Rate Top Restaurant Technology

In a study recently released by the Cornell Center for Hospitality Research, three researchers found that restaurant customers place a higher value on some types of technology than they do on others. Find out how customers ranked pagers for table management, online reservations, Internet-based ordering, kiosk-based payment and more.

Microsoft Takes on Expedia, Orbitz with Bing Travel

Bingtravel.com from Microsoft is the latest travel planning search engine, and it has functionality robust enough to compete with the major online travel booking sites. Bingtravel.com aims to significantly simplify the planning process for travelers through smarter selection tools, including a price predictor, rate indicator, travel deals for flight and hotel, comparison flight and hotel search, fare alerts and original travel articles.

More Than 25 Hotels Opt for Alternative Interactive TV System

A growing roaster of hotels are selecting LodgeNet's interactive television system that requires hoteliers to pay an ongoing support fee and share a portion of entertainment revenues in exchange for expedited installation and greater control of content, pricing, and customization.

Trends Reveal Consumer Demand to Drive Self-Service in Hospitality

Each year, HT surveys its subscribers and a sample of U.S. consumers to discover their experiences with, and attitudes toward, self-service. The findings for the 2009 Self-Service Technology Study point to a public that's increasingly ready to use self-service devices, as well as a host of next-gen solutions that focus on consumers' own personal devices.

Elsafe Releases Latest In-Room Safe Offering

The latest guestroom safe from Elsafe, the Infinity II, includes a number of key features such as anti-tamper and anti-cloning technology, UL-certification, RFID/NFC and more.
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