New Kentucky airport hotel installs advanced HSIA network

The TownePlace Suites by Marriott, Louisville Airport in Kentucky has installed high-speed internet access from Cloud5 Communications. Photo credit: Cloud5 Communications

The new 95-room TownePlace Suites by Marriott, Louisville Airport in Kentucky has installed high-speed internet access from Cloud5 Communications. The advanced HSIA network by Cloud5 ensures that the property provides the highest level of connectivity for guest satisfaction and meets Marriott’s latest Global Property Network Standards for internet.

Serving the full-range of Marriott properties from limited service to large conference resorts, Cloud5 has the highest level of certification as a Marriott GPNS Full Certified provider for HSIA.

“As a new-build property, we wanted the TownePlace Suites Louisville Airport Hotel to reflect the highest standard of quality in every aspect of the property—including the internet and guest Wi-Fi network. Connectivity is an increasing source of frustration among travelers, so it was important to make sure we got it right,” Sina Hospitality CEO Ravi Patel said in a statement. “We selected Cloud5 because of their strong reputation as a top Marriott internet partner. They helped us implement the network on time and on budget so our guests will be connected and happy from day one. The entire process was very smooth and we look forward to doing more projects with Cloud5 Communications.”


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The TownePlace Suites Louisville Airport is 4 miles from SDF Louisville International Airport and minutes from Churchill Downs. The HSIA implementation covers almost 100 guest suites across four floors, meeting areas and public spaces. 

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