LAS VEGAS, Feb. 19, 2014 /CNW/ - Hotel WiFi Test has published its first
report selecting and ranking the Top 100 Hotels and the Top 10 Hotel
Chains in accordance to their respective WiFi service. The reported
results are based on data collected during the first four months of the
Hotel WiFi Test service that ran from October 10, 2013 to February 10,
2014. This is the first report of its kind and scale. Given that more
and more travelers plan on actively using WiFi at hotels for activities
such as accessing their cloud workspace and watching streaming videos,
this information has become more and more important.
The Top 10 Hotel Chains list is useful for consumers to pick a preferred
hotel chain for their trips. Achieving a high rank on the list means
that the hotel chain is very concerned about WiFi quality, and you can
expect better than average Internet speed, even at the hotels that have
not yet been tested.
Andaz Hotels by Hyatt confidently took the top spot on the top chains
list. Le Meridien and Radisson Blue were ranked second and third,
The Top 100 Hotels list is compiled to recognize the hotels with
excellent WiFi service. The listed hotels can use their position in
this list to promote their hotel and increase the amount of business
travelers as a reward for their investment in superior WiFi quality.
The Emblem Hotel in Prague, Czech Republic demonstrated the best test
results. Most of the test results from this hotel are well above 100
Mbps and WiFi is also free. The question is: how have they achieved
such impressive results? The hotel management claims that they have
fiber optic cables installed on all the floors and that they are
plugged into the main Prague connection. Two hotels from the United
States took the next two spots: TradeWinds Island Grand in St. Pete
Beach, Florida and the DoubleTree by Hilton in Chicago, Illinois.
You can find the complete ranking and methodology overview at http://www.hotelwifitest.com/top-hotels/2014/feb/
About Hotel WiFi Test
Hotel WiFi Test is a leading company for collecting, analyzing, and distributing data
about WiFi quality in hotels around the world.
SOURCE: Hotel WiFi Test
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