Wireless internet access is so helpful and efficient for business travel – having wireless access in your hotel makes you more productive.
Chicago-based Hyatt Hotels and Resorts said Thursday that Wi-Fi “hot spots” — wireless broadband Internet access points — will be rolled out over the next six months throughout its U.S. hotels, from lobbies and restaurants to most rooms.
“Our guests prefer the convenience and mobility of wireless Internet,” said Robert Bansfield, assistant vice president for information technology at Hyatt.
Hyatt is responding by installing T-Mobile HotSpots in 75 of its 117 hotels in the United States over the next six months, he said. The service will be available in the next week or two in nearly 1,100 rooms at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare. The Hyatt Charlotte (N.C.) Thursday became the first property to offer the wireless service, he said. (full story)
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