The free Wi-Fi, which will be effective immediately, is available across a number of devices in guest’s rooms and within the hotels’ communal areas.
The decision to increase its Wi-Fi offering came after a survey from Premier Inn which found that the average British worker now spends seven hours and 12 minutes a week working outside of traditional working hours.
The survey also revealed that one in three (35%) Britons find working from home more productive than working in an office, while nearly one in five (18%) claim to use a hotel, café or an outside space to work.
A spokesperson for Premier Inn said: “With one in five people suggesting that having no Wi-Fi is the most frustrating element of being away from home, we understand it’s now more important than ever to be connected.
“Whether it’s keeping in touch with friends and family or making sure that ‘that’ email can go when it needs to, we want all our guests to sleep easy in the knowledge they can get online with a quality connection in any of our 690 hotels free of charge.”