Ever go to a hotel only to remember how horrible traditional pay TV is? Did you bring a Roku or Fire TV with you only to find out the hotel has locked down the TV preventing you from adding it? Can’t find something to watch and wish you had Netflix?
Now Enseo, the company behind hotel TVs with Netflix, Crackle, Hulu, and YouTube, rolls out a new website that helps you find hotels that are cord cutting friendly.
Head over to http://www.enseo.com/hotels/ and use the map to search the United States for hotels with Netflix.
You can even see hotels that are coming soon and hotels that support Bluetooth to allow you to stream your media from your devices using your TV’s speakers as your sound system.
All you have to do to use this system is login with your Netflix account. You can manually logout at any time or when you check out the hotel will automatically clear the login data on the TV.
I had the opportunity to test out this system a few times at different hotels I have stayed at. It works well and offers a great option for cord cutters who want to have a positive streaming experience as you travel.
Hopefully more hotels will start jumping on board with this system. The hotel industry is competitive, and as more hotels offer Netflix it will hopefully force others to do the same.
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