3 Replies Latest reply: Jul 10, 2012 10:50 PM by allleisure RSS

what is the general trend on wireless charges?

jahughes Silver
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wirI thought (at least for some time that wireless was free at the courtyard brand) apparently I am wrong and more than a bit irritated...does it have to do with status? or an individual hotel's discretion?

 


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  • Re: what is the general trend on wireless charges?
    painedplatinum Platinum 2 Reviews
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    I've found most hotels are now free. Some full service types ( Marriott, Renn, Ritz, JW) still charge but if you're Gold or Platinum, it's free. I thought the Courtyards were free for all guests......

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  • Re: what is the general trend on wireless charges?
    allleisure Platinum
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    The following is offered for Platinum and Gold members:

     

    "Free High-Speed Internet Access: Complimentary Internet access at all  JW Marriott, Autograph Collection, Renaissance Hotels, AC Hotels, Marriott Hotels & Resorts and Courtyard by Marriott (outside of U.S. & Canada only). Not available in meeting rooms."

     

    Note that free WiFi is offered at Courtyard outside of the US and Canada only.  This seems to be a curious change from previous years.  That said, I have had free WiFi offered at recent Courtyard stays in the US.

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