Password-protected Wi-Fi at your hotel may not be safe: hotel networks hacked in Europe

Security researchers at FireEye have discovered that in July 2017, Wi-Fi networks in a number of hotels in at least seven European countries and in some countries in the Middle East were infected by malicious software. The espionage-type software has been designed to collect user names and passwords for any services, including banking or work-related services hotel guests might be using over the hotel Wi-Fi.

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Where to find the best hotel prices? A booking service or directly from a hotel? Now, we have the answer

Do you book your hotel directly at the hotel’s web page, or do you go to an online booking agent, like Booking.com, Hotels.com or Momondo? Either way, here is new information from a report that shows that booking a hotel room via an online agent is often cheaper than booking it directly on the hotel’s reservation system.

Beach in Salou, Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain
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7 Hotels that have invested in art for guests to enjoy during their stay

Have you ever wondered where do the works of art come from that are hanging on hotel room walls across the world? Often, discreet, neutral and colourless paintings and images fill blank spaces in hotel rooms, but that’s about it.

Some hotels have thought about this, and decided to invest in art that guests can enjoy during their stay.
artsy hotels infographic by Accent Art and Frame
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