Anyone who's ever stayed in a hotel (so, everyone) knows that hotel Internet usually sucks: streaming Netflix is a nightmare, uploading to Instagram takes as long as the elevator, and Skype, well, you can forget about Skype.
But thanks to a new report from the folks at Hotel WiFi Test -- a company that (surprise!) analyzes hotel Wi-Fi data -- we finally know which cities have the most hotels offering crappy coverage.
Got any guesses? Hint: think South. Yea, after testing/ranking WiFi speeds at hotels in 20 major US cities, Atlanta is your best of the worst. Only 22.5% of the city's hotels that offer free in-room Wi-Fi provide a base level of “adequate” connectivity, or download speeds of 3 Mbps and upload speeds of 500 Kbps. Hotels in San Antonio came in second (only 25.6% offered a steady connection), while those in New Orleans rounded out the top three at 27%. On the plus side, 68% of Atlanta hotels at least offer free in-room Wi-Fi, so that's gotta count for something, right?