I assume you mean your Maestro?
What I have done, if it is a Maestro, is to call the IT phone number that you have in your hotel room and ask them to allow your 'device' to have access. They will ask for the MAC address of the Maestro. You want to tell them that your 'device' is not able to see the "Hotel Login" screen.
Look in Advanced Network settings from the main menu when you start your Maestro and you will see both the Wifi Mac address and the Wired Mac address.
You will want to give them the WiFi one. That should allow you access.
This router is made for this situation so the user interface is easy to navigate even if you are not network fluent. There are many others to select and I post this one only for information.
connecting to the IT guy is not always possible. Simply enable your phone's WiFi hotspot setting (Android>Settings/Connections/Mobile Hotspot and Tethering/Mobile Hotspot/on Maestro-WiFi enter password given on phone screen) . That's it. The Maestro can easily connected to your phone.
Oh, first connect your phone to hotel's WiFi, that way you aren't wasting your data plan.
Then, I turn on ICS (Internet Connection Sharing) on the Windows Laptop so that the LAN data flows from the Maestro through the laptop and onto the hotel Wifi. I find this works well also.
I am not sure if MAC has a similar solution or not.