Vistors come in their droves to Kent throughout the year for a great many different reasons. Many like the countryside with its rolling farmland, ancient orchards, vineyards and opportunities for cycling, climbing and walking. Others value the beauties of Kent's famously long and sandy coastline with its famous White Cliffs of Dover and hidden bays. The great cultural centres like Canterbury and Dover are also a major draw, and booking a suitable hotel, guesthouse or B&B in Kent will make your stay here a thoroughly enjoyable one. Hotels with WiFi in Kent are increasingly common now that broadband services across the country are improving so dramatically.
Fast WiFi at Kent Hotels
As internet speeds are getting faster all the time, through regional developments in infrastructure and government initiatives, hotels across the Kent region are benefiting. Even if you're based at a small B&B on the outskirts of Romney Marsh the chances are that you'll have some form of broadband provision. What quality of broadband you want will often determine where you stay. In a city like Canterbury you'll have no problem, whereas in rural areas with patchier provision you may be less well serviced. A visiting business executive will most likely demand the fastest speeds available, and indeed so may the average teenager trying to access social media!
Kent Hotels for Faster Broadband Speeds
Broadband speeds across Kent compare favourably with other parts of the country. As the situation improves it is to be hoped that all types of accommodation here, from the largest hotels to the smallest B&Bs, will benefit in equal measure. At present, you're guaranteed good WiFi connections in the bigger cities like Dover, and even small guesthouses will have some sort of router that should be adequate for most purposes, often free of charge.
When you stay in a Kent hotel such as The Royal Harbour in Ramsgate or Tudor Park Marriott Hotel & Country Club in Maidstone you'll be guaranteed an excellent quality of broadband. This is increasingly the case at smaller and more rural guesthouses and B&Bs across Kent as the provision continues to improve.