Netflix in your hotel room? Since the streaming entertainment service Netflix has grown so fast and attracted so many subscribers, wouldn’t it be nice if you could access it while you’re away on business?
Marriott thinks so, and the hotel giant is currently testing the availability of Netflix and other streaming services like Pandora and Hulu in guest rooms at eight of its properties.
Still unknown: Whether Netflix access would come with a fee attached, and if so, how much.
TechCrunch opined, “The hospitality company says that it’s part of an effort to renew the idea of in-room entertainment, and if offering Netflix means we don’t have to sift through the glitchy, slow world of LodgeNet, it’s a win-win for the consumer.”
I think I’d rather just cuddle up on the hotel bed with my iPad to watch Netflix or other streaming services– but of course that is dependent on the mostly undependable wi-fi connection at most hotels.
Would you use Netflix or other streaming services in your hotel/ If so, how much would you pay for it?
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