Hickox, Fraser
July 2009
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2009, p160
Trade Publication
The article discusses the concept of guest satisfaction through design planning and technology for hotel accommodations and reservations. Guestroom technology includes affordable technology designs and services to the technology in the room and homes as well as in living rooms. Moreover, technology in hotels integrated the use of office Internet Protocol (IP) telephones and increasing maintenance costs of electrocution.


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