Hoteliers must constantly evaluate how guest's in-room expectations are being met. As smartphone and tablet technologies continue to expand into in-room controls, hotel IT executives should be asking themselves these four burning questions.
Online review websites are rich sources of information for hotel owners and managers. Mining these sites for clues to customer experiences can provide a wealth of insights into a property's success and areas that need improvement.
What impact will the Internet of Things (IoT) have on restaurants and hotels? Find out in this exclusive report, which explores how connected devices will drive service, operations, efficiency and investments.
This annual report tracks the use and effectiveness of mobile, location-based, and social technologies in hotels and restaurants. What mobile engagement solutions are your competitors rolling out in 2016? What are the top five potential uses for location-based solutions?
Hotels are finding new and innovative ways to prevent loss: from RFID tagging to inventory management; from room locking technology to surveillance solutions, hotels tap tech to protect not only their assets, but also their guests.
As smartphones and tablets become more ubiquitous, the likelihood of guests not having one of these devices is slim. Hotel operators must consider options to cater to a generation of guests that are accustomed to using mobile devices to do everything, including any and all guestroom functions.
It its first-ever salary survey, HT polled a sample of 275 executives from across the hotel and restaurant industries, representing a variety of sub-segments, departments, and titles, to find out how much they're earning, plus insight into the education level, length of work-week, and benefits packa