Interactive Hotel Concierge Crowdsources City Recommendations

Interactive Hotel Concierge Crowdsources City Recommendations
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Marriot Renaissance hotels 'Navigator' service asks social networks to name the best local spots.

Kat Popiel
  • 10 january 2013

Corporate global hotel chains are rarely known for a commitment to providing their customers with local knowledge but in recent years, the tides have begun to turn. We’ve reported before on Le Meridien Hub, Starwood Hotel’s idea series curated by urban theorist Richard Florida where the lobby of selected urban cities provide a physical space for guests to experience native culture.

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