Ibis King St Wharf in Sydney to Offer Free WiFi

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 24 November 2009

The Ibis King St Wharf in Sydney is about to offer what many five-star hotels still do not - free WiFi access across the lobby and all its rooms, without any hidden conditions. With room rates from as little as A$139 per night, and one of the best locations in Sydney, travellers will soon have one extra reason to choose the 91-room hotel as their preferred place to stay.

Ibis hotels have a brand promise of being hotels the way you like them and our guests have overwhelmingly told us that what they would like is free Wi-Fi access, so that is what we are going to deliver, said General Manager Benjamin Krieg. Our little 3.5-star hotel is doing what some of the long-established five-stars still dont, and giving our guests free WiFi throughout the hotel.

As any high-tech traveler can attest, it can be more than frustrating when hotels charge for internet access, or offer free WiFi in lobbies only or just for guests who belong to loyalty programs. Benjamin Krieg said with his hotel's new WiFi delivery there will be no hidden charges or conditions.

Ibis King St Wharf is very much a hotel for today with its funky, modern design and affordability, so it was imperative we offered what todays traveler wants and needs the ability to download files, connect with the world and check their emails simply from their room, without any hassle or extra costs.

Ibis King St Wharf is located in the heart of one of Sydneys most vibrant locations, just a short walk from the CBD, Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Wildlife World and all the attractions of Cockle Bay, Darling Harbour and Circular Quay.

Free WiFi will be offered to all guests at Ibis King Street Wharf from 15 December 2009.

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