The reason I am emailing you is that this extra fee is nowhere to be found on the Internet, from the Marriott reservation center (contacted this morning around 1:30), the 1-800-Marriott number or at the other 5 Marriott's in Nebraska and one in Iowa.
I contacted the franchise owner and somehow he answered the phone at 2:30 this morning. He stated that this was going to happen all over, it just started at this hotel. He has been trying to tell Marriott this is not a good thing but they are not listening.
We asked Fairfield's Twitter account if there were device limits and here's what they told us.
@HotelChatter There aren't device restrictions. However, to be certain, please call the location you wish to visit.— Fairfield Inn&Suites (@FairfieldHotels) May 6, 2014
So while device limits probably aren't a brand standard, they could be in place at some hotels. Grrr.
If you see a device limit, either at a Fairfield Inn or another hotel with free WiFi, Let us know!
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