Luxury is in the eye of the beholder — the phrase “luxury hotel” is used all the time, but how do you define it? Is it about the decor and.
If you’ve been thinking about ditching your hotel’s legacy phone system in favor of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony, you’ve probably.
2016 may have come to an end, but that doesn’t mean you should be slowing up on your hotel marketing efforts as you look forward to the new year. Now.
Searching for new ways to increase your hotel’s cashflow? Look no further than the cloud! Not only do cloud-based solutions empower you to offer.
As a hotelier, you’re constantly looking for new ways to keep your customers happy and to satisfy their ever-evolving needs. This is probably.
Back in the 90s, hotels pretty much had one option for complex, multi-line phone systems: the PBX. These systems were okay for what they were. They.
Making travelers feel comfortable and happy is what your hotel is all about. It's important, then, that all of your amenities and features have this.
We live in a high tech, fast paced world. Today's travelers expect the latest and greatest technological conveniences from your hotel, and they want.
Do you have what your customers want? While the hospitality industry has traditionally put its emphasis on offering personal, face-to-face.
Is your hotel “keeping up with the Joneses?” In an increasingly competitive marketplace, it’s crucial that you understand what makes your guests.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony is everywhere, and hotels are no exception. Hoteliers who wish to stay current and relevant in order to.
It doesn't seem that long ago that the world was introduced to the incredible speed of 4G mobile. Suddenly, messages were able to reach our devices.
If you've been regularly keeping up with our blog, you know that in recent weeks we've been discussing the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).
VoIP has the power to completely transform the way that your hotel operates and does business -- if, that is, you can overcome your employee’s.
Change is inevitable, but so is resistance to it. After years of doing things the same way, your hotel’s employees may be hesitant to embrace a.
Few customers have the influence and pull that your business guests do. Business travelers are a constant in the hospitality industry, requiring.