Fairmont Hotels is touting the reach of its wireless networks. In some of its hotels, the networks cover areas such as the pool and other outdoor areas. The hotel is using that extra coverage as a way to attract businesses that might want to hold meetings at the hotel. Guests can sign up for a service that offers both wired access, presumably in their rooms, and wireless access where it's available.
Most hotels that offer Wi-Fi extend the networks into public gathering spots like lobbies so I suppose this isn't that interesting. But I do think it's interesting that the Fairmont is using its Wi-Fi coverage as a way to attract meeting business. When I think of all the smaller conferences I've been to at really nice resorts, I never want to head back to my room to check email after being cooped up all day. It'd be great to instead sit outside on a deck and grab a beer and check email.
The release isn't posted yet but you should be able to find it here at some point.