I have a live in job in the old hotel and the only internet I can get is the wireless hot-spot that's here. Problem is: I live 2 floors up from the router and though there are access points installed all over the hotel, I only get 2 bars (3 if I'm lucky but that always drops). As it is, connection is unstable and I want to connect myself directly to the router. Already spoke about this with our provider and they said I could do that no problem. Now, what is better, to run 50 meters of ethernet cable or use a set of powerline adapters? I'm not after any serious speed, as the bandwith is always throtled to 2MB/s per user. I never had any experience with homeplugs and since those are so expensive I'm a bit reluctant to buy them, so if someone could please tell me are those worth in my situation? I mean, this is rather large hotel and I am bit far from the router and 2 floors up on top of that. Any thoughts?