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Netflix is already available in some hotels, but it's about to become a much more common sight. The streaming service has signed a deal with in-room entertainment platform Enseo to bring its service to hundreds more hotels around the world.

Under the deal, Enseo can offer Netflix to any hotel under a contract in any country worldwide where Netflix is available.

Netflix is now present in around 200 countries worldwide.

Though you will need to be a Netflix customer in order to watch Netflix in a participating hotel. You log in to your account through the Enseo system on your in-room TV. You won't be charged for using the internet to stream shows, and your login information is deleted once you check out.

"Our partnership with Enseo brings Netflix members a high quality viewing experience on their hotel room TV," said Paul Perryman, director of business development at Netflix. "Through our expanded agreement, now more hotels in more countries will be able to provide guests access to their favourite Netflix TV shows and movies on the in-room television, making their hotel room feel more like home."

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