Award-winning boutique hotel looks to hospitalitys broadest platform to help enhance the spirit of Aloha
The concept of wearable technology, a few decades ago, might have seemed rather farfetched - at least, in the way that we now know it to exist. With studies predicting that 28.7 million Americans 18 and older will use a smartwatch next year, more than 8 million Americans aged 55 and older expected to use a wearable device, and the realization that 23 Apple watches are sold per minute, the demand for ultra-convenient, hands-free technology is undeniable.
What makes a guest feel most valued? How can hotels show guests that they value them with unique perks and amenities to make them feel like VIPs and keep them coming back? The hospitality landscape is, arguably, more competitive than ever before. The stakes - and the revenue potential - are high, as are guest expectations.
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