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The Cromwell Pilots Connected Room Experience

The Cromwell Pilots Connected Room Experience

Caesars Entertainment Corporation has created a new, connected room experience that is built on the Universal Windows 10 platform and the Microsoft Cloud. It is currently being piloted in two suites at The Cromwell, Caesars Entertainment’s newest boutique hotel located ...

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Guest Connectivity Imperatives

Guest Connectivity Imperatives

In most U.S. hotels, Wi-Fi is no longer an optional service—it’s a required amenity. Trevor Dowswell, chief technology officer at Hotel Internet Services, offers these tips for hoteliers looking to meet guests’ Wi-Fi expectations. It has to work. “There are ...

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Dayuse Expands Booking Beyond Typical Reservations

Dayuse Expands Booking Beyond Typical Reservations

Gone is the stigma attached to daytime hotel rentals—these days, more hoteliers see it as a way to increase their revenue and profit. Dayuse, a Paris-based daytime booking platform making its way into the U.S., offers reduced rates for guestrooms ...

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Hyatt Regency San Francisco Installs SoniCast

Hyatt Regency San Francisco Installs SoniCast

LOS ANGELES—SONIFI Solutions, Inc. has announced Hyatt Regency San Francisco as its first full property installation of SoniCast—powered by Chromecast. SoniCast delivers expanded entertainment options by enabling guests to bring their own content subscriptions and to cast those from their ...

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Protecting Guests from Safe-Crackers

Protecting Guests from Safe-Crackers

With videos circulating the internet of hotel safes being broken into with everyday items like pocket knives, screwdrivers and old key rings, and magnets, travelers are becoming increasingly aware of the possibility that their valuables are not as secure in ...

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Fluorescent Lighting to Become Thing of the Past

Fluorescent Lighting to Become Thing of the Past

On Feb. 1, General Electric announced it would discontinue the compact fluorescent light (CFL) in the U.S. by the end of the year in favor of its eco-friendly, cost-efficient sibling, the light emitting diode (LED). Nick Diligente, marketing manager for ...

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