Historic Hotels of America names technology partner

Historic Hotels of America, the official program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation for recognizing noteworthy historic hotels, named Spectrum Enterprise as a preferred technology solutions provider. Through Historic Hotels of America’s alliance partners program, Spectrum Enterprise, part of Charter Communications, will give member properties a way to modernize the digital infrastructure to help improve staff operational efficiencies and enhance the guest experience.

“Hotels inducted into Historic Hotels of America have contributed to a significant part of the history in each of their communities— including hosting U.S. Presidents, First Ladies, and their families; world leaders, authors, composers, celebrities, and guests celebrating special occasions,” Lawrence Horwitz, EVP of Historic Hotels of America and Historic Hotels Worldwide, said in a statement. “Many have magnificent art collections, spectacular landscapes and gardens and legendary golf courses. Spectrum Enterprise will make it easier for our members to further grow their legacies and attract generations to come by ensuring that their network operations are built on a digital infrastructure that can flex and adapt to new technology.”

Spectrum Enterprise is already working with some hotels who are part of Historic Hotels of America.

“Inducted hotels in Historic Hotels of America are dedicated to preserving the legacy of the past, but their properties need to rely on modern technologies to ensure that they continue to operate successfully in a digital world,” said Richard Twilley, group vice president, Vertical Markets at Spectrum Enterprise. “We will work with each property to design an overall solution that helps ensure that they will continue to stand the test of time with their guests.”