Among the 529 travelers polled, 73% said hotel location mattered most when picking where they stay on the road, while 61% said the quality of the room was most critical. Though free Wi-Fi came in third with 55%, Robert McDowell, Choice Hotels' senior vice president of global distribution, says complimentary Internet access remains "an important amenity for the business traveler ... More and more people are using multiple devices when they travel, and I think the expectation is, whether they're in a hotel room or on an airline, you can access free Wi-Fi most anywhere you go.'' While many hotels are pouring money into sprucing up business centers and other common areas to appeal to corporate trekkers, many survey respondents said they would prefer to work in their rooms. Newer technology appears to be more popular than older devices. Among those polled, 76% book rooms online, and 60% have checked in to a hotel with a smartphone or tablet. Get the full story at USA Today