Airangel offers a 'walled garden' Wi-Fi network at the hotels along with branded portals.
Most of its hotel networks are free or charged at a "reasonable rate" for guests to use once they have collected a special branded guest voucher when they check-in, the company said.
Once a guest has logged on to Airangel they are automatically directed to a dedicated hotel home page that acts as a gateway to the web.
The hotel's home page is designed as a content driven portal that delivers local information, services and "genuinely useful" information.
Guests can still access the internet, but Airangel claims that users also spend time exploring the portal.
Philip Mahoney, general manager at Radisson SAS Glasgow, said: "Since last year all Radisson SAS hotels have offered free Wi-Fi for guests, but the Airangel portal has also proved a great marketing platform for our business development."
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