Guests will be able to scan QR codes placed throughout the hotel to check when that area was cleaned last.
Even the housekeepers are managed remotely – they work part-time and use an app to arrange their schedule.
Hoteliers and revenue managers must rethink their commercial strategy to navigate the new normal.
Chinese hotel tech giant was granted three more months to divest all its interests in the acquisition of a US startup.
The high-speed maglev prototype system is expected to be rolled off the production line by the end of 2020.
The regional channels offer great value that includes increased visibility for hotel brands and growth in direct traffic and localized marketing.
E-tickets are now being made available for travel on normal-speed trains, bringing the total number of railway stations using e-tickets to more than 2,400.
The company now wants to build “an order accounting module” that simplifies the complexity of tax reconciliation for individual products and services.
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