If that does not work... you can always use the COAX input on the TV and use a RCA to COAX RF modulator. You find them in Family Dollar stores for $12... in the electronics section.http://www.google.com/products/catalog? ... JQBEPMCMAE
It automatically will switch from their antenna/cable to your ROKU, whenever it sees the power of the ROKU on. This also works on old TV's, which it was originally intended for... but to hook up DVD players.
If you want to watch your hotel's local cable or TV, unplug the Roku.
It works similar to a "Y Cord" to the Cable hookup (or COAX) on the back of the TV. Simply hook all the 3 wires by color code... hook up to the cable TV input on the back of the TV, plug the power cord in, plug roku into the wall too... watch. Instructions are also on the back of the package.
Might seem weird to do at first, but works flawlessly. You'll get used to how to hook it up. Just make sure channel 3 or 4 is on for the tv set (NOT digital 3.1 or 4.1, analog tuner has no "points" in it).
Cut the US TV TAX... Stop Cable TV! The FCC doesn't need anymore of my monies! I don't need anymore watching restrictions/channels pulled, due to YOUR OWN money arguments with stations!