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Smarter Wi-Fi at the Trump International Beach Resort in Miami

It’s probably fair to say that good quality internet access is nowadays widely considered as an absolute necessity rather than just a luxury. And so it’s interesting to  learn that  Trump International has chosen Ruckus Wireless  to supply advanced Smart Wi-Fi products and technology for the four-star Trump International Beach Resort, a contemporary oceanfront resort located in Sunny Isles Beach, Miami, Florida. The new technology takes advantage of recent breakthroughs in Wi-Fi development, pioneered by Ruckus Wireless, that constantly form and route Wi-Fi transmissions only where they are needed over the best performing signal paths to deliver more consistent performance at range. The new Wi-Fi infrastructure covers the entire multi-acre property, including over 500,000 square feet of hotel space with 390 guest rooms and 22,000 square feet of conference space as well as beachfront, administrative offices, restaurants, retail shops, bar/lounge areas, lobby, pools and parking structures.

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Daily Telegraph.

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  1. Free WiFi can be found across the full range of accommodation from Luxury to SuperBudget such as Premier Classe in France and Belgium. It is also free in Tourist Offices and McDonalds. I assume it is also included in the price at the Trump International Beach Resort in Miami.
    The smart WiFi sounds good, as many places that offer it have reception black spots. Another problem can be the reliability of the service. I have been in establishments where I have lost connection and had to request that the WiFi router be reset in order to restore service.

  2. I’m not sure if it’s a free service in this instance, but I would hope so.

    I think hotels and resorts are increasingly starting to realise that WiFi is something that their guests expect to be included in the price.

    Charging for internet provision – when there is already presumably plenty of profit within the room rate – is only something that’s going to grate with guests and result in them leaving on unsavoury terms so not to be recommended!

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