Dallas DoubleTree by Hilton hotel increases revenue with Flyte Systems

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dallas-Love Field

The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dallas-Love Field installed three FlyteBoard flight information displays to give guests greater confidence in their travel plans. The newly renovated 244-room DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel is directly across the street from Dallas Love Field Airport. Flyte Systems delivers displays and digital signage content for hotels, corporate training centers, convention centers and related businesses.
“We installed FlyteBoard airline flight information displays to give our guests a smooth travel experience,” said Jeremy Millar, GM of the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dallas-Love Field. “We also use the FlyteBoard to help us increase occupancy. Guests tell us they value knowing if their flight is on time before they leave the property. Plus, our property team watches the FlyteBoard departure screens for cancelled flights. If we see widespread airline cancellations due to weather or other factors, our staff calls the airlines to tell them if we have availability for distressed passengers. We run a busy hotel and now Flyte Systems helps us add even more room nights.”
The hotel provides guests with two FlyteBoard departure screens and one arrival flight information display. All screens are large 55-inch displays inset flush with the property’s renovated lobby walls. The property offers 24-hour airport shuttle service. Its Sports Page Grill offers large flat-screen TV's and a fully stocked bar that features steaks, sandwiches, salads and a breakfast buffet.
“Nearly all the DoubleTree’s guests are corporate and business travelers that arrive and depart from Dallas Love Field,” Millar said. “We also host several airline crews. Making their flights on time is essential to business travelers and FlyteBoard helps them do this. Guests also appreciate knowing if their flight is cancelled while they are still on property because it gives them the flexibility to extend their stay without leaving our hotel.”