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Ukraine is among the top 10 countries having access to the Internet in hotels

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Connect to the internet in the room can be almost 90% of the hotels in the U.S. Access to the Internet provides a 82.28% of the hotels in New Zealand and almost 79% in Romania. This information was presented today by system trivago.ru.

The top five also included Canada (78% ) and the Netherlands (77.5 %).

Quite likely to have in-room Internet access in hotels of Slovenia ( 75.5 %), Serbia (75.5 %), France (74.3 %), the UK (74.2 %) and Norway ( 72.8 %) . Ninth place in the ranking went to Ukraine, where you can connect to the Internet in 3 out of 4 hotels (nearly 75 %).

Russia (72.2 %) slightly fell short of the top ten, finishing only 12th position in the ranking – though nearly three quarters country inns you can connect to the World Wide Web , without leaving the room .

Results less than 50% of Internet accessibility is observed in the hotels of Greece (49.4 %), Spain (46.5 %) , Portugal (45.2 %) and Austria (47.3 %).

By tourdream.net

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Alex Faynin

1. 23 years experience in travel, hospitality & IT business. Author of the concept of creation of Free Economic Zones - Inter Ports in Ukraine (1994), concept of the youth hostels in Ukraine creation (1999-2000) as well as concept of the national Eco lodges network (2010). Co-author of the concept for youth tourist infrastructure development in Ukraine for Euro 2012. Author of the project for the National Camping Network development (2012). 2. Working languages - English, Russian, Ukrainian. Hebrew is on the beggining level 3. Developer of IT technologies in travel sphere. Author of a number of tours in Ukraine and other countries. 4. Global consulting for foreign and locsl businessman, hotels, restaurants and land owners to start /develop a travel, hospitality or restaurant business in Ukraine, Israel and other countries. Specialties: - Competitive analysis - Business planning & development - IT-management & marketing - Startup management

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  1. 16 Jan 2014
    If the Committee of Ministers stopped mesisng about and giving the UK licence to abuse Human Rights, Democracy and Rule of Law in Hirst v UK (No2) then the Court would be in a better position today! Reply

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