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This Week’s Comings and Goings

Comings and Goings
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts has named Shane Platt senior vice president of franchise & sales development – west, where he will lead conversion and full-service franchise sales teams in the western United States. Platt was managing director of development at Best Western International before joining Wyndham. Here's a look at other notable comings and goings that took place this week. Todd...

Putting Spare Toilet Paper To Good Use

Toilet Paper
Some hotel amenities are necessities that guests don’t think twice about—from clean towels to working WiFi. The most basic of these needs is toilet paper. A full roll of toilet paper in a hotel bathroom is something many guests take for granted. However, what happens to toilet paper rolls that are only partly depleted once a guest checks out? That’s...

Three Hospitality Technology Innovators of 2018

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A multi-faceted industry, there are more opportunities in hospitality to innovate, disrupt, and generally shake things up than in other business arenas. Innovating is exactly what hospitality leaders love to do. They incorporate new technologies in surprising ways, create inventive new processes and procedures, and break new ground wherever they go. In our October print edition, LODGING turned the...

On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

This week's comings and goings
Hilton has announced that Danny Hughes will be the company's executive vice president and president, Americas, effective September 4. Hughes will oversee Hilton’s interests across North, Central, and South America with a focus on enhancing the managed portfolio. Hughes previously held the position of senior vice president and commercial director of the Americas. Here’s a look at other notable comings and...

Security Robots Are Patrolling Pechanga Resort Casino

Penchanga Resort Casino security robots
TEMECULA, Calif.–Pechanga Resort Casino is betting on new machines with a payoff of enhanced guest and staff safety. The West Coast's largest resort and casino became the first in the country to go all-in with autonomous security robots. The units, designed and made by Knightscope, patrol the casino property to enhance its overall safety. One stationary bot and one...