Key Bridge Marriott Now Has Wi-Fi
Hotel partnered with AT&T to provide the service.
The Key Bridge Marriott, just over the bridge from Georgetown, has partnered with AT&T to provide Wi-Fi in all guest rooms, suites, meeting spaces and the lobby, the hotel announced Monday.
Just in time for graduation, the hotel, at 1401 Lee Highway, will celebrate going wireless May 16 and 17 by providing all guests with free Wi-Fi, according to a news release. On any other day, Wi-Fi is free in the hotel's lobby and available under a two-tiered pricing structure in its 582 rooms.
“We are pleased to join with AT&T to offer our guests state-of-the-art and secure Wi-Fi,” Brian Hilger, general manager of the hotel, said in a statement.
“This new wireless solution offers 12 times more bandwidth and more reliable connectivity; allowing more guests to use their iPods, iPads, tablets or laptops at the same time at faster speeds. Our guests are inherently productive, they want to relax, work and play, they have asked for more and we delivered.”
Marriott International began deploying Wi-Fi in some of its hotels in 2002, according to various news reports.