A collection of news, articles and other featured content about Hotels.

A collection of news, articles and other featured content about Hotels.


  • The Hills are Alive With HSIA

    Hotels expand coverage to lure business and leisure travelers
  • New Service Model

    Part I: The do-it-yourself ethic hits lodging
  • Pinehurst Sporting Digital TV

    Pinehurst Resort upgrades its three historic hotels to a sigNETure TV solution from LodgeNet Entertainment Corporation.
  • Hear and Now

    These days hospitality providers are swimming in an alphabet soup of acronyms, what with guests demanding everything from Wi-Fi to DSL Internet access.
  • 2005 Wireless Report

    When is wireless right? Need to understand wireless LANs? Want to know the hottest wireless technologies? HT's 2005 wireless report provides the answers to these questions and more in its annual wireless report.
  • Power Users

    Not all foodservice operations are created equal. For some companies, high transaction volume, a large number of point-of-sale terminals, and complex orders necessitate a powerful POS with all the frills. HT talks to some of these power users to find out what they need to keep up and running.
  • Brick by Brick

    The add-on capabilities of property management systems are popular among lodgings of all shapes and sizes, and no wonder.
  • Central Command

    For growing hotel and restaurant companies, maintaining control over widespread broadband networks and keeping in touch with remote locations and managers ranks as one of the biggest headaches.
  • Take Me Away

    The increasing stress of the daily grind has many travelers longing for a getaway filled with relaxation and leisurely activities. However, the hassle of booking and scheduling activities at resorts can oftentimes leave guests feeling in need of another vacation.
  • Always On

    Many multi-unit restaurants are lining up for high-speed access to keep their businesses competitive and their customers happy.
  • Wired for Sound: July 2005

    Infrastructure is essential and content will be king. This is the conclusion hoteliers are reaching as they rethink their telecom strategies and look for future sources of revenue in the wake of declining profits from basic phone calls and (eventually) Internet access.
  • Managing Expectations

    Every segment of the hotel industry--from budget to luxury resort--realizes that today's guests expect more technology offerings in their hotel rooms.

A collection of news, articles and other featured content about Hotels.