Marriott Signs Deal with Netflix to Bring Service to All US Hotels

Marriott Signs Deal with Netflix to Bring Service to All US Hotels

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Tara Bellucci
Jun 14, 2015
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Now you can continue your binge watching while traveling: Marriott launched a partnership with Netflix that allows guests to stream the service on the hotel's Internet-connected TVs.

Already piloting at a few locations, including San Jose and New York East Side, Marriott expects all 300 US locations by 2016.

Marriott is currently the only hotel chain to offer Netflix, though this is slated to become much more common in the near future. "We fully expect this to be standard in the hotel industry very soon, and we wanted to be ahead of the curve," says Michael Dail, VP for global brand marketing for Marriott Hotels at Marriott International.

One thing: you already have to be a Netflix subscriber to use the service, though you can start a free 30-day trial during your stay.

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