Hyatt, Le Meridien and Radisson top WiFi rankings

Andaz Hotels by Hyatt ranked number one in hotel WiFi service report

Andaz Hotels by Hyatt has been ranked as having the best WiFi services.
Andaz Hotels by Hyatt has been ranked as having the best WiFi services.

Andaz Hotels by Hyatt has been named as having the number one hotel WiFi service, according to a recent report.

Hotel WiFi Test published its first study ranking the Top 100 Hotels and the Top 10 Hotel Chains based on data collected during the first four months its own tests from October 2013 through to February 2014.

The hotel chains of Le Meridien and Radisson Blu closely followed Andaz in the rankings table. The remaining seven hotels listed were under the Starwood, Hyatt, Carlson Rezidor, IHG, Marriott and Scandic groups.

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American located hotels dominated the top 10 individual properties seeing five located in the US. However, it was the Emblem Hotel in Prague, Czech Republic demonstrated the best test results. TradeWinds Island Grand in St. Pete Beach, Florida and the DoubleTree by Hilton in Chicago, Illinois, took second and third position respectively.

According to the company behind the report achieving a high rank on the list means that the hotel chain is very concerned about WiFi quality, and guests can expect better than average Internet speed.

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