Thistle Hotels Offers Complimentary Wi-Fi at London Hotels

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Thistle Hotels, the UK based hotel brand, is offering complimentary Internet access to its guests.

Introduced recently across its properties, the hotel brand is offering the free and unlimited Wi-Fi service at its London hotels.

The brand has recently upgraded its partnership with BT Wi-Fi, and the new service comes from the partnership, claiming to offer seamless and fast connectivity for hotel guests. The service is complimentary for unlimited usage at the London properties, and for half an hour daily at its other properties in the UK.

David Grosfils, the operations director for Thistle Hotels said, ‘We recognise the increasing importance of ‘staying connected’ and are fully committed to providing the very best experience for all our guests, whether they are business or leisure travellers.

We are confident this free, unlimited service will offer a seamless transition from either the home or office environment, with the quality and security one can expect from such a trusted partner.’

The offer is available at properties, including Bloomsbury Park, A Thistle Associate Hotel, Thistle City Barbican, The Kingsley by Thistle, Thistle Kensington Gardens, London, and Thistle Euston.

Complimentary hotel Wi-Fi connectivity often decides the choice of hotels for travellers these days. A survey conducted earlier by Hotels.com, a US-based travel company and a part of Expedia group, indicated that many more travellers are opting for hotels with Wi-Fi connectivity.

The hotel booking website has indicated that around 38 percent of people surveyed had decided on hotels based on complimentary Wi-Fi availability as the most important hotel amenity, while 31 percent of travellers have expressed a wish to have all hotels Wi-Fi enabled, so that they can remain connected even while on vacation and business travel.

 

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