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Marriott to Let Guests Watch Their Netflix on Hotel TVs

The hotels offer TVs with Netflix apps on them

Marriott (MAR) is hoping to attract guests by letting them watch their Netflix (NFLX) on its TVs.

marriott-netflix-tv-mar-nflxMarriott guests will be able to use the hotel chain’s internet-connected TVs to sign into their Netflix accounts. These TVs will have a modified version of the app that will only require a single login and will be wiped clean when the person leaves the hotel, reports The Verge.

If a traveler stops by at a Marriott hotel and doesn’t have a Netflix account, they can sign up for a 30-day free trial. They also have the option of subscribing to the service. The service will be available at 100 hotels by the end of 2015 and almost 300 by the end of 2016, The Verge notes.

The deal between Marriott and Netflix marks the first time that the subscription streaming service has authorized a hotel to promote it as one of the entertainment benefits for guests, reports CNNMoney.

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