Please, embedded wireless access in the hotel bill
Hotel connectivity, even in a hotel contracted to help stage a cloud event next door, can be an iffy thing. As at CloudConnect in Chicago. Instead of being baked into the price of the room, it was a sign up with fee each 24 hours, and if you forgot the precise moment you signed up, you might be silently logged off the network with no notice. Everything appears to be working normally as you call up pages out of the system cache, but in fact you are in a disconnected room alone, with no way to communicate. Do hotel managements understand the nature of their clientele these days?