I did a test, not long ago, for a hotel chain that was using such login screens and ssl. I used a combination of ARP spoofing / MITM (to catch the login credentials,) and then MAC spoofing and was able to gain access pretty quickly.
You simply need to take your time, and work out each piece of the puzzle, methodically, before you start hacking away, to make sure you have a good feel for how to get by each measure of security. SSL, when used with a webpage login, is extremely vulnerable to the MITM attacks, particularly where you're dealing with either hotel visitors or hotel staff (who generally are NOT well-versed in security, and who will readily click on SSL certificate messages, without thinking.
And, as Don says, however, you ARE doing this for legit purposes, correct?
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