Cosmopolitan Hotel Hong Kong increases internet speed

The Cosmopolitan Hotel Hong Kong has recently invested more than $190,000 on upgrading its internet infrastructure. The upgrade involves bumping up the internet speed to 200Mbps and installing a high performance router that can support up to ten Wi-Fi enabled electronic devices simultaneously in all its 454 rooms and suites.

This is the hotel's second largest project after the renovation project this year, which aims to meet the ever-changing needs of travelers.

"By upgrading our internet infrastructure, we are proud to say that we are not only committed to consistently deliver a first-class service and accommodation to our guests, we are making their stay a truly productive one by offering a highly efficient workspace within the comfort of our rooms," said Anita Chan, the GM of Cosmopolitan Hotel Hong Kong.

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This million dollar upgrade aims to bring convenience to its guests with 24-hour uninterrupted internet connection at blazing speed of up to 200Mbps in all guestrooms. Thanks to the high-speed and reliable internet connection, video conferencing can now be done in every hotel room.

Every guestroom at this Hong Kong Hotel is also equipped with a multiservice dual-band wireless router which can support up to ten devices simultaneously.

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