Jurys Inn offers free Wi-Fi following £1.7m investment

28 April 2014 by
Jurys Inn offers free Wi-Fi following £1.7m investment

Jurys Inn it to offer free Wi-Fi at its 25 UK hotels, following a £1.7m investment in a new high speed fibre internet service.

Guests will be able to undertake free internet browsing, as well as send emails and messages in all public areas and bedrooms.

Anyone who books via the group's website will also receive complimentary access to the Jurys Inn premium Wi-Fi service, which will allow for heavier internet usage such as streaming movies and downloading of large files.

Guests who book by other means will be charged £3 per hour, £5 for 24 hours or £8 for 48 hours to use the premium service.

Shane Doyle, group IT manager, Jurys Inn, said: "In this day and age, we understand just how important it is for our guests, not only to be offered free Wi-Fi but to be able to easily access their emails or surf the web wherever they are.

"We are constantly looking at ways of improving our guest's experience and we're sure they will be delighted that they can now enjoy the benefits of a quick, high quality, free Wi-Fi at all our UK hotels."

The spending on technology is part of a wider £25m investment in improvements across the Jurys Inn Estate, which includes 25 hotels in the UK, five in Ireland and one in Prague.

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