Hyatt has introduced the industry’s first customized iGoogle page for its hotel guests. Guests can use Hyatt’s complimentary Wi-fi to access Google’s most popular tools while viewing relevant, local content! A simple and smart idea that gives travelers information at their fingertips and in a user-friendly manner. With the content overload of web 2.0 and the proliferation of sites promising everything from a-z, web users need to make sense of things – fast and easy! Few companies serve up information better than Google! Hotels occasionally operate under the assumption that visitors have had all the time to research a destination and its myriad attractions. In the age of weekend vacations and last-minute-getaways, the traveler is looking for info on the go or on site!
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Co-founder and president of a New York based hotel company for 24 years. Grew the firm to five hotels in Manhattan and also developed a greenfield project at MacArthur airport, New York. Speaker at numerous prestigious forums including Economy Hotels World Asia, Lodging Conference, NYU, Columbia University Real Estate Roundtable, Baruch College's Zicklin School and ALIS.President and ceo of New York City Hotel Association since January 2017. View all posts by Vijay Dandapani