For this access you get what is called a splash screen. You can do this through a cisco device called NAC, network access controller. This is a policy based appliance that allows access through controlled policies. This can be enforced to everyone and depending on your access role you can get different access. For instance some hotels you pay for faster speed, this would be an example of getting a different profile based on you paying for a service.
You could use Private VLANs to stop communication between hosts.
Personally, I haven't used Cisco NAC, but I have used M0N0Wall (www.m0n0.ch) to provide a Captive Portal (Splash Screen) where the user can provide billing information for internet access. The CP page uses RADIUS for authentication.
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