One of the things that really gets my back up is when hotels charge guests for wifi, it really "gives me the rage" (great statement I heard in Glasgow once - giggle).
If Starbucks can give free wifi when you buy a coffee, how dare hotels have the brass neck to levy an additional charge for wifi after you've paid a few hundred for a room.
During our last Sheraton stay I snapped this pic of their charges - check out that top cost for non-registered guests - that's the most expensive I've seen anywhere in the world.
As you can see in the photo, this particular Sheraton does provide complimentary wifi for guests, but so many hotels do not. Does paying for wifi in a hotel drive you crazy too?