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Amalfi Hotel Connects with StayOnline
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Atlanta, GA – May 12, 2004 –  Hostmark Hospitality Group’s first Amalfi Hotel, located in the heart of Chicago, will be adding to their guest’s unique experience by offering StayOnline’s 100% wireless and wired solutions as a complimentary amenity.

The 215-room upscale luxury independent hotel is the newest flagship brand for Hostmark. Designed with an Italian influence, the hotel stresses impeccable service and a superior level of business amenities . Says Chris Gutzler, Corporate Director of M.I.S., “StayOnline met our high standards for quality of product and service as well as pricing.”

“Entering a market with a new brand identity means you have to be on target every time out,” adds Gutzler. “StayOnline was able to engineer a wireless system to fit our particular needs and follows through in delivering a high quality experience.”

“Amalfi was created around the guest experience,” says Antonio DiMilia, President of StayOnline. “Wireless connectivity is a natural fit. Connection any time from any location – at their convenience. We are excited to be able to work with Amalfi to make that happen.”

Hostmark launched Amalfi earlier this year after retrofitting a building that once housed flight crews. DiMilia says the retrofit wasn’t difficult for StayOnline’s engineers. “When engineered to address a buildings unique needs, Wi-Fi is not only a viable, cost effective solution, we feel it is the only solution.”

About Hostmark Hospitality Group 
Hostmark Hospitality Group ( http://www.hostmark.com ) is a leading hospitality management firm operating hotels and resorts worldwide.  Hostmark represents numerous independent hotel and resort properties and a wide range of franchises including Marriott, Hilton, and Crowne Plaza. Headquartered in Schaumburg, Ill.  Hostmark has regional offices in Orlando, Fla., and Cairo, Egypt.

About StayOnline
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, StayOnline provides secure wireless high-speed Internet access solutions for the hospitality industry.  With over 280 installed locations  StayOnline operates the largest, 100% WLAN in hotels in North America.  StayOnline meets the highest quality standards and is Intel® Centrino™ verified .  StayOnline boasts an impressive customer base, including properties in over 30 national lodging brands, as well as several unique boutique and historic properties.  For additional information on StayOnline, visit www.stayonline.net.


 
Contact:

StayOnline
Karin P. Koser
404.636.9311
Kpkoser1@mindspring.com

Sharon Kraun
770.804.8865



 
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