Tech Buzz

Remember when hotel guests got excited over free HBO and still-in-the-theater movies on pay-per-view? Pete Sears, a 24-year Hyatt veteran, recalls those simpler days....

Smarter WiFi

When the Mandarin Oriental hotel opened in Manhattan in 2003, guests were hardly clamoring for wireless Internet access. But a few years later, Apple...

Flexible and Functional

In today’s high-tech world, more and more hotels are offering business travelers sleek and flexible meeting spaces equipped with the latest technologies. That is...

Television Buying for Guestrooms

In the world of guestroom technology, the television is still a central component in hotel guest satisfaction. Today as the hospitality industry continues to...

Above and Beyond

From bellhops and front desk clerks to housekeepers and maintenance staff, every hotel worker plays an instrumental role in the quality of service guests...

Just Like Home

In his blog “Inn-Sane” last summer, Trevor Warner, president of Warner Consulting Group, said about DirecTV’s newest offering to hotels, “DirecTV is introducing the...

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Hotels Among America’s Best Midsize Employers for 2019

Forbes this week released its list of America's Best Midsize Employers. In collaboration with analytics firm Statista, Forbes selected the companies based on an...
The Hilton Garden Inn Las Vegas/Henderson

This Week’s Deal Report

MCR Acquires Hilton Garden Inn Near Las Vegas MCR has acquired the 139-room Hilton Garden Inn Las Vegas/Henderson. Located less than 15 minutes from McCarran...
David T. Williams at work in his office.

The Legacy of Hotel Interior Designer David T. Williams

“We try to get as much local feeling as possible in each hotel.” These words perfectly summarize the artistic view of hotel interior designer...

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