Hoteliers predict what hotel tech will be in 25 years

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  • Peter Nowotny April 5, 2018 8:15 AM Reply

    So far as public view concerns what has changed is the following: The majority of hotels become none-smoking, the absence of elevator operators, the switch from hard-keys to plastic, and the slow disappearance of concierges. You wrote: Enhancing guest experience? The way I read it. I would make my own reservation, my own registration, my own check-in, open the guest room door with my own phone. Then in the morning I serve my own breakfast making my own waffle, and when I am ready to leave I do my own check-out. And all this (maybe) for $800.00 a night plus Tax. Wow, what an experience.

  • Bette April 20, 2018 10:31 PM Reply

    Your thninkig matches mine - great minds think alike!

  • Bette April 20, 2018 10:31 PM Reply

    Your thninkig matches mine - great minds think alike!

  • Cheyenne April 21, 2018 2:01 AM Reply

    An innlglieett point of view, well expressed! Thanks!

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