Reply to post: Re: Hilton, Marriott et al market themselves to business travellers

Hilton, Marriott and co want permission to JAM guests' personal Wi-Fi

Stephen McLaughlin

Re: Hilton, Marriott et al market themselves to business travellers

Having stayed at several Marriott hotels throughout the U.S., I can say in general the nicer the hotel is, the fewer services you will receive for free. In addition to wifi, there's breakfast, parking, local calls, and essentially no television channels to chose from. As a business traveler though, I was able to expense these costs. But now attempting to block hotspots is going over the top.

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