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Hyatt Partners with SONIFI to Deliver In-Room App Streaming

Hyatt Partners with SONIFI to Deliver In-Room App Streaming

CHICAGO – Hyatt has selected SONIFI Solutions, Inc. as its preferred provider for delivering a personalized, in-room streaming solution to hotel guests. SONIFI’s patent-pending STAYCAST™ solution has been integrated with the World of Hyatt mobile app to offer guests simple ...

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Virtual Reality: A New Hotel Amenity

Virtual Reality: A New Hotel Amenity

From underwater adventures to first-person shooting games, hotel guests can now experience a range of virtual reality scenes at The Viceroy Group’s Hotel Zetta in San Francisco. The hotel, focused on creating unique guest experiences, has introduced a room scale ...

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Trendspotting: Personal Technology

Trendspotting: Personal Technology

It’s pretty much impossible create a “one-size-fits-all” guest experience. Everyone who enters a hotel has different needs and expectations. The key is finding a way to meet them all and deliver what the guest is looking for. To achieve this, ...

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Robot Butler Comes to Buffalo Hotel

Robot Butler Comes to Buffalo Hotel

BUFFALO, N.Y.—Delaware North today formally introduced the Relay robot butler that is serving guests at The Westin Buffalo, the global hospitality and food service provider’s new 116-room luxury lifestyle hotel at its headquarters building in downtown Buffalo, N.Y. Designed and ...

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Hilton Introduces Digital Key at 1,000th Hotel

Hilton Introduces Digital Key at 1,000th Hotel

MCLEAN, Va.—Less than two years after launching an app functionality that gives Hilton Honors guests the ability to choose their room before arriving at a hotel and enter their room using the Hilton Honors app as a key, Hilton is ...

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Oracle Identifies Consumer Attitudes Toward Technology

Oracle Identifies Consumer Attitudes Toward Technology

ORLANDO, Fla.—Oracle announced the findings of two research initiatives aimed at identifying consumer attitudes to new technologies and how their implementation will shape consumer behavior in the years to come. Insights from both the Oracle Hotel 2025 and Oracle Restaurant ...

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