CES, the world's largest consumer electronics show, was in Las Vegas this week. The hotel industry could learn a thing or two from what went down. Here…
What entertainment options would you put in your hotel guestroom if cost wasn't an object? Here are four options on operators' wish lists this year.
HOTEL MANAGEMENT interviewed Michael Blake, CEO of Hotel Technology Next Generation, about what tech trends he thinks will take a starring role in 2017.
Operators spoke throughout 2016 about predicting the needs of their guests, and now this level of service is within reach.
A new study shows that tailored promotions, coupons, priority service or loyalty points often convince guests to share personal details and location.
Direct text communication between hotels and guests is on the rise as these apps become more fully utilized.
Vantage is now part of Red Lion and its annual conference discussed the integration, brands and what's ahead.
Magstripe cards aren't safe anymore, and the new alternative is becoming a necessity.
The Samsung Hospitality Wall Plate (WEA412H) access point makes it simpler to bring the latest 802.11ac Wi-Fi technology to multitenant buildings.
Seventy-two percent of people have chosen a hotel based on the Wi-Fi experience, with 21 percent saying they do so all the time.