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|Knoxville, TN--November 19, 2003--For the millions
of business travelers, and those who prefer a high speed Internet connection,
the hassle of finding lodging that offers more than a slow “dial-up” is
over. The launchers of High Speed Hotel Directory (www.highspeedhoteldirectory.com
) are doing all the scouting around necessary to find top-notch hotels
that offer broadband service. The staff of this Web site has put into place
a plan that takes the work out of finding hotels that offer high speed
The directory, organized geographically, lists each hotel’s contact information and amenities, a description of the type of high-speed access, as well as color photographs. You can search for a hotel by clicking your choice of region, state, county and city. A big map of the country aids in selecting regions. The site also offers free travel tips, a free newsletter, as well as money-saving specials.
Recent additions to High Speed Hotel Directory include properties Holiday Inn Express, TownePlace Suites by Marriott, Hampton Inn, and more. Spokesman Brian Bailey said, “We’re very pleased to have these new properties on our site. With high-speed Internet access becoming a necessity for many travelers over the past few years, hotels have turned to our services to extend their market reach. “
Though broadband Internet service has been an increasingly popular trend in the past decade, it still takes time and energy for business travelers to locate lodging that meets their criteria. Now that time can be better used as they can log onto www.highspeedhoteldirectory.com and have instantaneous solutions at the click of their mouse.
Our staff is working very hard to add properties to the directory and we intend to continue adding all kinds of helpful services to our Web site for both the business traveler and our advertisers”, said Brian Bailey.
For more information visit the Web site: http://www.highspeedhoteldirectory.com
|Also See:||High Speed Hotel Directory Delivers Hotels with Fast Internet Access / November 2003|