West Virginia hotel installs new HSIA network

The HSIA upgrade for the SpringHill Suites Morgantown (W.Va.) covers three floors, 80 guest suites, two meeting rooms and public space. Photo credit: Cloud5 Communications

Cloud5 Communications recently completed the installation of a high-speed internet access solution at the SpringHill Suites by Marriott in Morgantown, W.Va. The advanced network ensures that the property continues to provide the highest level of connectivity 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 system provider certification as a Marriott GPNS full certified provider for HSIA. Cloud5 offers hotels a complete range of Internet services, including high-performance propertywide guest and back-of-house Wi-Fi, advanced services and Granular Recovery Extension integration, a conference and event services tool, network management and 24/7 guest and associate support. 

“Knowing that Wi-Fi is the most important amenity for today’s guests, we turned to the trusted industry experts at Cloud5 to update our Internet network,” Ben Caufield, hotel operations and construction for owner Sabraton Lodging, said in a statement. “Cloud5’s team of network engineers and support staff were able to help us upgrade our internet quickly and seamlessly with no interruption for our guests or staff.” 

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The SpringHill Suites Morgantown is situated downtown Morgantown along the Monongahela River and near West Virginia University and Mylan Puskar/Mountaineer Stadium. The HSIA upgrade covers three floors, 80 guest suites, two meeting rooms and public space.

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