Marriott Hotels FINALLY Get Free Wi-Fi


Five Marriott brands, including Courtyard, Residence Inn, Fairfield Inn, TownePlace Suites and SpringHill Suites, will now offer guests free Wi-Fi at their properties in the U.S. and Canada. These properties previously offered guests high-speed and Wi-Fi for a fee. The hotel have now eliminated Wi-Fi charges for guests in lobbies and other public areas.

I guess that means you still have to pay in the rooms, which is crap.

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3 thoughts on “Marriott Hotels FINALLY Get Free Wi-Fi

  • Jeff Gold

    Hello Carrie,

    Courtyard, Fairfield Inn, Residence Inn, Springhill Suites, and Towneplace Suites actually do offer free high speed internet in all guest rooms.

    The news that came out yesterday that we will be offering free Wi-fi pertained to Wi-fi in all public spaces and lobbies. Thank you for your interest in the Marriott portfolio. If you would like more information about our brands, please visit http://www.marriott.com/aboutbrands/default.mi.

  • tseliot

    That’s ridiculous. First, I can’t believe they waited this long. And now why only halfway? Mariott is a day late and a mile short.

  • Business Travel Logue

    My bad! Jeff from Marriott was kind enough to point out that they do in fact offer free high speed internet in all rooms. I guess the omission I noticed was that they offer HIGH SPEED, not WIRELESS.

    Thanks for the correction, Jeff.