HFTP to Present Technologies from Guestroom 2010 in London

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Tuesday, 23 October 2007

For the first time in the United Kingdom, Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP) will present technologies from the 2007 version of Guestroom 2010, a futuristic, model hotel room. The presentation will be part of the education program at the 2nd BAHA Hospitality Finance and IT Professionals Conference & Exhibition held November 8-9 at the Radisson Edwardian Hotel, Heathrow in London. The Guestroom 2010 presentation will be at 5:30 p.m. on November 7. The two-day conference, produced by the British Association of Hospitality Accountants (BAHA), will include informative sessions for finance and IT professionals.

"Guestroom 2010's greatest success is that it has given professionals in the hospitality industry a forum to showcase and discuss important hospitality technologies," said Frank Wolfe, CAE, CEO of HFTP. "We look forward to presenting the room's technologies and opening up dialogue among conference attendees."

In one place, Guestroom 2010 provides an idea of the ultimate Guestroom experience enhanced by tomorrow's technology. In order to design the 2007 model of Guestroom 2010, HFTP conducted a global search for the industry's most innovative technologies for the hotel Guestroom. This includes non-traditional types of technology such as lighting, fabrics and furniture, as well as traditional technology such as next-generation televisions, phones and robots.

The 2007 version of the exhibit debuted at HITEC 2007 in Orlando, U.S.A. June 26-28. The 2008 version of Guestroom 2010 will be unveiled at HITEC 2008 in Austin, Texas June 16-19, 2008.

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