To attract the business traveler, hotels are offering high-speed Net connections
There was a time when corporate travelers were happy to see a simple dataport on the back of a hotel phone.
Then road warriors began to expect simultaneous voice/data capabilities, and many hotels obliged, adding a second phone line in every room.
Today, savvy business travelers who want to work faster when they're on the road are demanding -- and getting -- high-speed Internet access in hotels across the country and in the Tri-State.
"Any of the business hotels, both suburban and downtown, acknowledge that it's definitely a competitive issue and an item that business travelers don't just ask for they expect it," said David Bowles, president of the Greater Cincinnati Hotel Motel Association and general manager of the Cincinnati …