While road warriors can hop over to just about any Starbucks and connect online for free, many hotels around the country still charge for its use. Fortunately, a host of hotels are joining the rest of us in the 21st century and provide free WiFi for their guests, including the list below, just to name a few:
Hilton Garden Inn is a chain of upscale, mid-priced hotels trademarked by Hilton Worldwide. Featuring 650 locations—all equipped with a full-service restaurant and bar— the brand also offers free Wi-Fi for guests.
Now operating 341 hotels across the world, Candlewood Suites provides travelers with a relaxed and home-like atmosphere for extended stays. In addition to free Wi-Fi, rooms are also equipped with a microwave, refrigerator and dishwasher.
Holiday Inn hotels is another chain that provides high-speed Internet access in every guest room. Plus, up to four kids ages 12 and under eat free any time of the day in any Holiday Inn on-site restaurant.
When you stay at a luxury hotel, shouldn’t there be free Wi-Fi? Unfortunately, that’s usually not the case. There are few deluxe hotels that offer free Wi-Fi, but Four Seasons is a great example of luxury hotels doing it right. Complimentary Internet access is now available across the portfolio.
In addition to free hot breakfast, Country Inn & Suites also offers free high-speed Internet access in all hotels in the U.S. and Canada.
With more than 800 locations across the country, La Quinta is a safe bet for a good night’s sleep. Not only does the hotel chain offer free Wi-Fi to guests, but La Quinta is also pet friendly.
In addition to free and hot breakfast served fresh daily, Hampton Inn also provides free Wi-Fi in all guest rooms and the lobby. Guests can also rest assured that every stay is backed by the chain’s 100% Hampton Guarantee.
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