You Can Now Watch Netflix In Your Hotel Room…For Free!

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Are you in the early stages of planning your vacation for spring break or summer getaway? If you’re not willing to cough up some extra money to use the Wi-Fi at the hotel you’re staying at, you’re in luck. A new in-room entertainment system entitled the Enseo Entertainment Experience, or E3, is currently making its way into hotels throughout the United States.

According to Time, Enseo “allows hotel guests to log into their streaming media accounts on their rooms’ televisions, letting them access their favorite online shows, playlists, and other personalized streaming content. The platform currently lets users log into their Netflix, YouTube, Pandora, HuluPlus, and Crackle accounts.”

It is currently available at over 300 hotels across the United States, including properties owned by Marriott, Hilton, La Quinta, and Gaylord Hotels. The best part of it all? It’s free!

Once you’re done for the day or want to check out, a button on the Enseo interface will log you off of any service you log into. If you forget to log off, don’t fret. Enseo will automatically log out when you check out of your hotel.

I think this just convinced me to stay in my hotel room and binge all day. Wherever I go, Netflix follows.

COLLEGECANDY Writer
COLLEGECANDY Writer
Naturally Auburn News Nerd. SUNY Oswego Class of 2017.
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