Among the hotels tested, Marriott Hotels & Resorts, for example, offered fairly high-speed Wi-Fi, but at fewer than 25 percent of its properties. Courtyard, a cheaper network of hotels within the Marriott portfolio, offered free Wi-Fi at almost all of its properties, and at speeds that were on average slightly faster than those recorded at the pricier Marriott hotels. So at least where Wi-Fi is concerned, the Marriott business model would seem to be: Pay more, get less. That disrespects both the intelligence and the pocketbooks of Marriott’s customers. The Comfort Inn and Quality Inn are both part of the Choice Hotels family of brands. Both feature free Wi-Fi at most locations, but while the speeds at Comfort Inn are just middling, averaging between 4 and 8 Mbps, Quality Inn’s are among the highest of any brand, at any price, reports Frequent Flier. Get the full story at Hotel Management