Holiday Inn Houston NE Bush Airport Hotel opens with FlyteBoard

Holiday Inn Houston NE Bush Airport Hotel

Holiday Inn Houston NE Bush Airport Hotel, Houston’s newest hotel opened earlier this month, adjacent to George Bush Intercontinental Airport. The new Liya Investments LP property installed a FlyteBoard real-time airline flight information display to let guests remain on property until their flight is confirmed.  
 
“Our new property is next to Houston Bush Intercontinental and most of our guests will arrive or depart by air,” said Debra Johnson, VP of sales and marketing. “That is why we created a streamlined travel experience to make their stay perfect. We installed a FlyteBoard flight information display in our lobby because it is important that guests remain confident about their travel plans. We want guests to be on time for flights with minimum stress. When I travel I expect to see a FlyteBoard in every airport hotel.”
 
The new Holiday Inn Houston NE Bush Airport hotel offers the convenient location to IAH terminals. The newly constructed property boasts a contemporary feel while providing all of the amenities guests expect from Holiday Inn including a full-service restaurant and bar, outdoor pool, high-speed wireless internet access, and the latest electronics in each of its 142 rooms. The property’s 20-passenger Mercedes Benz van provides guests with comfortable transportation to and from the airport.
 
Flyte Systems provides low-cost property promotions, local events and flight information. FlyteBoard displays live flight information for one or more airports. It can be customized with Doppler radar, local traffic, and guest messaging to create an all-in-one travel dashboard. FlyteBoard can be wall, floor, or ceiling-mounted and is ideally suited for passenger terminals, lobbies, restaurants, airport parking, convention centers and other off airport venues.

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