Hilton Hotels is testing new features for its app, putting more control into your smartphone so you can get the room just how you like it. Dubbed "the connected room," it's coming to a (Hilton) hotel room near you soon.
One day soon, even your home away from home could be of the smart variety. At the Skift Global Forum, which took place in New York last week, Hilton CEO Christopher J. Nassetta teased a new concept involving a "smart room."
IBM's Watson just gave doing the robot a whole new twist. While dancing has never been a forte of machines, IBM's artificial intelligence system is proving that robots really can have fun (even if it has to be programmed in).
On Wednesday, Hilton and IBM announced a collaboration that will bring a Watson-powered robot concierge into hotel lobbies across the United States. Her name is Connie, and she's named after founder Conrad Hilton.
Point-of-sale systems inside major hotels' cafes, restaurants, and gift shops appear to be a firm favorite with hackers armed with data-collecting malware. Hilton is the latest global hotel group to fall victim to an attack, it was revealed…
Large conglomerates like Hyatt and Hilton are now offering various incentives to customers to book through the hotels directly, rather than going through sites like Expedia or other third-party discount travel companies.
Ideal for anyone that wants to avoid the hassle of talking to people, Hilton will soon roll out new digital features for mobile devices that will allow you to avoid speaking to anyone for your entire hotel stay.