I've recently checked out a nearby hotel in Germany for a future conference for network coverage and what kind of Wi-Fi they are providing. Turned out that they have a Wi-Fi system provided by Swisscom. Many years ago I have used them once and was quite surprised that after 250 megabytes the connection was interrupted abruptly and I had to pay again. Since then I've made a big circle around them.
Surely this can't be the case these days anymore, especially not for the horrendous daily price of over 17 Euros they want per day!? Turns out that the very same limit is still in place. Swisscom, you can't be serious, 17 Euros a day is outrageous even without a transfer limit. We'll definitely stay away from your offer and go for an alternative. To bad for you, too bad for the hotel but the market has long since moved on to offer Wi-Fi as part of the price of the hotel room (I don't pay extra for towels either...), or if that is not the case, offer connectivity at a price you don't have to think about twice.