I guess they gave up until they do the major "secret" renovation and rebranding of this fine establishment. I checked in last night and chose a room at the end of the hallway to avoid the center hub partiers. Given that I'm here for 14 nights I wanted a quiet room so I have a room on a high floor ending in number 35, last room, no connecting doorway either. Since I like to read my iPad in bed I tried to connect to the wifi. There is none. Zip. Nada. An occasional sniff of some signal from Hotel 32 but it wouldn't stay connected. So I called and the lady explained they don't have wifi anymore in the guest rooms, just hard wired Ethernet! Sweet! I also travel with a little teeny wifi router. A TP Link about 2 inches square. Hooked it up, typed in the password and I'm connected! Don't remember what I paid for this but it has been very handy. This is your travel tip of the day!