4 thoughts on “Broadband-Enabled Hotels Growing in Numbers”

  1. Same here, I always always check for broadband before booking a hotel. Strangely the more you pay for a room the less likely said broadband will be free. At a Marriott for example you pay, but at a Courtyard by Marriott (cheaper) it’s free. Strange, but more of a reason to stay in the cheaper place I suppose.

  2. This has always been the height of frustration for me – there’s no excuse for a $100+ room not at least having WiFi.

    A little town I stayed in recently didn’t have a single hotel (out of 8-9) with broadband. I was offline all weekend!

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