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China's Yelp Equivalent to Offer Consumers VR Restaurant Tours

VeeR VR partners with Dianping to release the 360 Black Pearl Restaurant Manual.

Carlton Tel Aviv Adds Virtual Tours for Prospective Guests

Guests can take a 360 degree tour of Carlton Tel Aviv's rooms, restaurants, rooftop pool and more.

The James Beard award-winning chef who runs Brooklyn's The Tuscan Gun shares how designing a virtual reality experience has been a boon to his brand.

From mattresses with sleep sensors to AI and virtual reality tours, the future of hotel technology was on display at FITUR.

2018 will see a rise in C-suite positions revolving around guest feedback, virtual reality and online marketing that leverages actual guest experiences.

The eats and amusement operator searches for ways to leverage customers’ smartphones to improve their guest experience and looks to virtual reality as a differentiator.

The eats and amusement operator searches for ways to leverage customers’ smartphones to improve their guest experience and looks to virtual reality as a differentiator.

Using a mobile app, visitors interact with digital menus, place drink orders, and access detailed information about brewing techniques.

Using HD projectors hidden in lampshades above guests, Le Petit Chef entertains diners with a mix of the physical and digital.

Check-in counters, guest services desks and in-room phones to be replaced by facial recognition, VR and AI.

Session topics include blockchain, AI, GDPR, VR and more.

Digital growth is driving travel app downloads, but hospitality must ask itself: "Is my CX strategy growing with it?"

Employees enter a VR escape room where the Colonel gives hints and clues along the way to ensure they're making fried chicken correctly.

From IoT and AI to VR/AR and voice search, new technologies will offer the hospitality industry an incredible opportunity to personalize services.

Eighty-five percent of theme park visitors from the United States, U.K., China, Japan and Malaysia want theme parks to use AI systems for ID verification so their visits are as trouble-free as possible.

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