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I wouldn't recommend it unless you have enough bandwidth for all customers and a hardy router/WiFi setup with several repeaters during the busy times of the year. Imagine what can happen if even half of the guests are each consuming a 3 mb stream. Your guests would be complaining of slow or non-existent access. Those who bring their game systems would also see horrendous ping(the amount of time it takes for data to be sent and received) time. Most ISPs, unless you live in a major city, don't offer more than around 100mbps connections and even that can't be depended on. Customers who really need access to streaming content will be streaming anyway on their own PC and other video/media devices. Our hotel does have a few TVs that have streaming capability since this is becoming a common feature in newer units, but we don't advertise this to the customers.