I agree with this. Personally when looking for a hotel the availability of Internet Access is high on my list of criteria. I am thinking of going to Crete for a couple of weeks in September and I will be looking for free Internet access wherever I stay.
This is the only way we can drive the scandalously high prices down in Europe. I stayed in a Ramada Jarvis in Perth, Scotland recently and they wanted £6.00 for 24 hours access! Most of the European hotels advertise "Internet Access (with a surcharge)". They seldom if ever tell you what this surcharge is going to be because they know it is shockingly high.
Incidentally most Ramadas in the US offer free Internet access. Why is that we Europeans always get shafted?