Good news for holiday travelers who will be staying in a hotel: You are more likely this year to get free Wi-Fi, a free breakfast and high-definition television than in the past.
That was among the findings of a new report by the American Hotel & Lodging Assn., a trade group for the nation's lodging industry.
The bad news is that the number of hotels that charge a resort fee is up to 7%, compared with 3% in 2012.
In a survey of more than 9,600 hotel owners and managers, the group found that only 11% of hotels said they charge for Internet service, down from 23% in 2013.
Among other findings, more than 80% of hotels have high-definition televisions, complimentary breakfasts and computers in the lobby for complimentary use.
But some standard hotel fixtures are slowly disappearing, according to the survey. Fewer hotels offer newspapers (58%), in-room DVD players (12%) and mini bars (7%). Jacuzzis are also disappearing, with only 47% offering them.