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Changing Fast: Six Technologies Taking Hotels Into the Future

There's no question that hospitality is a dynamic industry. Innovations are changing how hoteliers approach their properties, oftentimes in unexpected ways. From recyclable sheets...
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Three Ways Luxury Hotels Can Use Technology To Improve Service

As the travel and tourism industry grows, the global luxury hotel market is expected to reach $232 billion by the end of 2025, according...
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Hotel Room Meets Rental Car in This Autonomous Travel Suite Concept

Traveling across the country is often made complicated by check-ins, connecting flights, and crowded airplanes and trains. But an Autonomous Travel Suite (ATS)—a concept...
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Honeywell Launches Guest Comfort Score, Quantifying Sleep Quality With Motion Sensing

ATLANTA — Honeywell is launching substantial upgrades to its cloud-based INNCOM INNcontrol 5 (IC5) platform, including a multi-property dashboard and a new Guest Comfort...
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Six Ways Technology Can Boost In-Room Dining Revenue

Picture this: you’ve been traveling all day and finally arrive at your hotel. Too tired to think about going out for dinner, you head...

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Four Things to Know About Financing a Hotel Renovation or Conversion

What do I need to know about financing a hotel renovation?  "What options are available to me to complete my property's required property improvement plan?...
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Five Ways Hotels Can Use Instagram Stories

Instagram Stories is a powerful tool for hospitality marketing. Hotels can use Instagram to create a buzz of engagement around their brand, location, and...
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Hyatt Opened Record 90 Hotels in 2019 and Expanded Pipeline to 500

CHICAGO — Hyatt Hotels Corporation this week reported its Q4 2019 financial results. The company opened a record-setting 90 hotels in 2019, with net...

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