Hotels start to serve their wired guests.

Andrew Cohen
May 28, 2009

Several months ago, the Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur, introduced a "techno-butler" to help guests get their E-mail, configure their laptops, and access the Internet. The idea seems to have caught on. The Ritz-Carlton, Chicago (which, despite its name, is run by the Ritz-Carlton's archrival, the Four Seasons), recently debuted a "compcierge" service. Here's how they compare.

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