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Why Hilton is phasing out on-demand porn in its hotels

Nor should it. As long as it is legal, and doesn’t have an impact on other patrons or staff, it is no business of a hotel chain what its guests get up to in their rooms—including peeking at the odd spicy movie. And, in this case, Dumbledore's choice did not apply anyhow. It is easy for Hilton to follow in the footsteps of other chains and jettison porn because revenue from video-on-demand (VoD) services has fallen off a cliff in recent years as guests bring their own movies or stream content via hotels' Wi-Fi.

Interview with Gülnur Atmaca - Hilton Bodrum Turkbuku Resort & Spa

ftnNEWS interviewed with Gülnur Atmaca, Assistant General Manager – Business Development at Hilton Bodrum Turkbuku Resort & Spa.

ftnNEWS: What’s your career background?

Gülnur Atmaca: 20 years experience in Sales & Marketing.

What are the trends in marketing for the hospitality industry?

How Luxury Hotels Lure You With Music

When the Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver wanted to attract younger travelers and add some pizazz to the nearly 40-year-old hotel, it ditched the jazz music in the lobby and the mellow lounge tunes in the restaurant. In their place? Upbeat and indie pop tracks, like “Groove Jumping” by the British DJ Jimpster, arranged by a music-curating company.