Two-thirds of European hotels now offering free wifi to guests
A good sign for those campaigning (or voting with their feet) for free wifi in hotels in recent years, with news that 67% of hotels in Europe are giving wifi as a complimentary service.
Analysis of 125,000 properties on hotel site HRS revealed 85% of hotels in Turkey are offering free wifi to guests, making it the most generous country in Europe.
In 20th place in the continent-wide ranking is Portugal (44%). Other high profile tourist destinations are a bit of mixed bag: UK (63%), France (58%) and Germany (67%).
Of those that hotels that do charge for wifi, average costs range from £4.30 per hour in the Czech Republic (the most expensive) to £0.44 in Lithuania (in 20th place).