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Offline Louise 100% British

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Does it put any of you off if visiting a wg in a hotel?

Also if a hotel was right in the middle of a town centre, would this put you off? I ask this because normally the parking is lacking in busy town centres & also because clients might worry about bumping into someone they know...?


Offline AnthG

Does it put any of you off if visiting a wg in a hotel?

It has substantially put me off in the past on the fear that it wont be discreet. That a staff member will stop me and ask me "who are you here to see".  As when you think of it, what can we say as girls use fake, and often sexualised names.

If it is made clear in the advert the hotel is discreet, then it shouldn't affect bookings. But rarely girls seem to think to put this down in any advert.

Offline rpg

Does it put any of you off if visiting a wg in a hotel?

Also if a hotel was right in the middle of a town centre, would this put you off? I ask this because normally the parking is lacking in busy town centres & also because clients might worry about bumping into someone they know...?

I can't punt too close to home if a house or flat is used, just in case I'm seen where I shouldn't be. I wish more girls would use hotels so at least I'd have the excuse of being in the bar for a drink.

Wouldnt bother me as long as I knew directions to the room and that it wasnt key entry, if it was I would expect the WG to meet me in the carpark

Its easy to look as if you are meant to be there but I have frequented hotels quite a bit for business and I have that 'arrogance' look that I am on business

I dont take fools lightly and I think it shows in my persona

I do hate incompetence and at most hotels you can hide behind its portrayl

My car is quite unique so I have to punt quite a distance from home

Offline Louise 100% British

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It has substantially put me off in the past on the fear that it wont be discreet. That a staff member will stop me and ask me "who are you here to see".  As when you think of it, what can we say as girls use fake, and often sexualised names.

If it is made clear in the advert the hotel is discreet, then it shouldn't affect bookings. But rarely girls seem to think to put this down in any advert.

Ok.
But the wg would never put what hotel she is working from anyway in the advert....

Some hotels offer day rooms, so therefore should be escort friendly, I think....

Offline James999

But the wg would never put what hotel she is working from anyway in the advert....

Some do


Some hotels offer day rooms, so therefore should be escort friendly,

No Hotel is "Escort friendly" as soon as management know they kick the girl out, they wouldn't want to risk their job  :hi:

Offline Louise 100% British

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Wouldnt bother me as long as I knew directions to the room and that it wasnt key entry, if it was I would expect the WG to meet me in the carpark

Its easy to look as if you are meant to be there but I have frequented hotels quite a bit for business and I have that 'arrogance' look that I am on business

I dont take fools lightly and I think it shows in my persona

I do hate incompetence and at most hotels you can hide behind its portrayl

My car is quite unique so I have to punt quite a distance from home

Went to an outcall this evening and I had booked a day room with that hotel a few days previously, and I walked in & it was the same manager/receptionist (male) that had checked me in, and he gave m a smug grin and said hello, like he was implying he knew what I was doing there.

Feeling slightly uncomfortable about booking a day room with them again...

Reading is shockingly expensive for hotels, normally a hotel costs the same as a serviced apartment I.e £100, only cheaper if you book a day room which can make a hotel suspicious unless they are "wg friendly" if you are discreet.

First timers would probably be put off by hotels I can imagine...

Offline Louise 100% British

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Some do


No Hotel is "Escort friendly" as soon as management know they kick the girl out, they wouldn't want to risk their job  :hi:

Depends what chain of hotel. If it was a family business then you are more likely to be kicked out...
Som are glad of a higher occupancy rate  :unknown:

The bigger the hotel & the bigger th reception the better

Offline Louise 100% British

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I can't punt too close to home if a house or flat is used, just in case I'm seen where I shouldn't be. I wish more girls would use hotels so at least I'd have the excuse of being in the bar for a drink.

But if you were going to th travelodge for a drink I am sure that would work well :)

Offline Louise 100% British

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Some do

Did this before & got threatened on adultwork, consequently the next day I got asked to leave.
The hotel dealt with it well & apologised to me and even gave me an address and phone number of a hotel close by.

Offline James999

Depends what chain of hotel. If it was a family business then you are more likely to be kicked out...
Som are glad of a higher occupancy rate  :unknown:

The bigger the hotel & the bigger th reception the better

Hang on, you're asking questions and telling us the answers, another advert   :dash:

Offline AnthG

Some are glad of a higher occupancy rate  :unknown:

The bigger the hotel & the bigger th reception the better
Think you must have missed the story this week about an escort potentially being taken to court and demanded £50,000 in legal costs because she recommended a hotel on her website and put their logo on it while doing it.

I will let someone else be the one to comment more on that one if they wish. I am just saying it as large hotels don't want to be associated with prostitutes neither.

Offline Louise 100% British

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Hang on, you're asking questions and telling us the answers, another advert   :dash:

No My question was does it put clients off visiting wg's in hotels.

I wasn't asking if hotels cared in my op.

Offline Louise 100% British

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Think you must have missed the story this week about an escort potentially being taken to court and demanded £50,000 in legal costs because she recommended a hotel on her website and put their logo on it while doing it.

I will let someone else be the one to comment more on that one if they wish. I am just saying it as large hotels don't want to be associated with prostitutes neither.

Surey that's why you have to be discreet.

Sometimes it is more of an unspoken agreement

Offline AnthG

No My question was does it put clients off visiting wg's in hotels.

And I am saying put on your advert that its a discreet hotel that doesn't need keycards. You don't have to say which one.

Even spin it for positive PR and say something like of all the regions Hotels I have found this one to be the most discreet for bookings. But don't say which one it is. I can bet guys will book with you just to get an idea of what hotel you are meaning so they can use it too for subsequent outcalls.

Offline Louise 100% British

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And I am saying put on your advert that its a discreet hotel that doesn't need keycards. You don't have to say which one.

Even spin it for positive PR and say something like of all the regions Hotels I have found this one to be the most discreet for bookings. But don't say which one it is. I can bet guys will book with you just to get an idea of what hotel you are meaning so they can use it too for subsequent outcalls.

I have put safe & discreet in the advert already.

Did good today, but I didn't write I was in a hotel, just safe, discreet location. However yesterday was quieter when I put I was in a hotel.
Maybe it was just one of those days.
Been viewing flats the past week but all 1 bed flats seem to cost 1k a month all in, not a lot if i am constantly working but an unwanted expense if I want time off.
1k  is a lot if I am just on my own, hence the hotel questions.

Does it put any of you off if visiting a wg in a hotel?

Not at all.  Sneaking past reception all adds to the pre punt excitement  :D

Also if a hotel was right in the middle of a town centre, would this put you off? I ask this because normally the parking is lacking in busy town centres & also because clients might worry about bumping into someone they know...?

I would expect to be able to park no more than 5 minutes walk away & also for the parking to be no more than £3 or even better for free.  At least in a city centre there are usually large NCP's nearby.  If I've got to walk bloody miles or take out a mortgage to leave the car then I'm gonna look elsewhere.

Offline seeker

I prefer hotels as they only have one room. ..so no one else there only you and the girl, just feels safer. .
.also i think the girl will not try to scam you as if she does you could make a disturbance. :bomb:and get her kicked out.


I prefer hotel meets, i don't drive so parking isn't a problem.

The whole thing about texting the girl for her room number, walking past the reception etc i
find really exciting.

If its a decent quality [as all of mine have been] its a bonus.

Going away for a few days next month and will have my first punt where a girl [or girls] come
to me.

That is something i'm looking forward to!

Offline Cactus

Hotel bookings are fine by me, wouldn't put me off, infact I almost see it as a positive as I've been to some grotty flats for incalls.  I'm not easily flustered so if I was questioned about what I was up to whilst entering then I'd like to think I could come up with something on the hoof.

I thought you were looking at serviced apartments Louise?

Depends on the hotel and the Reception area.

There's an hotel in the centre of Manchester [not part of any chain, afaik], which, in my experience over the years, has functioned as "an office" ;) for independent WGs "on tour" to the city.  Reception's dead easy to by-pass and the attitude seems to be that they're not interested in what goes on in their rooms.

Offline Jimmyredcab

But if you were going to th travelodge for a drink I am sure that would work well :)

Only if the hotel has a bar.    :hi:

Some don't, such as the one I visited in North London.

Offline Uglybugball

Does it put any of you off if visiting a wg in a hotel?

Also if a hotel was right in the middle of a town centre, would this put you off? I ask this because normally the parking is lacking in busy town centres & also because clients might worry about bumping into someone they know...?

Quite normal practice and acceptable. Parking is always a pain, but I like to use the train when I know the location of the hotel.

As previously said, can add to the anticipation of the punt especially in a nice hotel. One escort I see will only use a 4 start hotel as a minimum for clients, but tends to only book the room for when she has actual bookings made from her regulars, sometimes 4 days/nights at a time.

I can see that it would keep costs down for you too, as apartments can be a real commitment, but can also be a first class experience for a punt.

Offline what-a man

Does it put any of you off if visiting a wg in a hotel?

Also if a hotel was right in the middle of a town centre, would this put you off? I ask this because normally the parking is lacking in busy town centres & also because clients might worry about bumping into someone they know...?

Not at all and I have seen loads of WGs in hotels without any problems.

Offline CBPaul

I prefer hotels these days and as I punt locally - within about 20 miles or so of home as I don't have time to spend ages driving around - I can hazard a pretty good guess at which hotel a girl is working from. If not I ask where it is when I first make contact, I've always been told the answer too.

I tend to avoid hotel with key card to get in and those where I have to park miles away, normally parking is pretty easy though. Beware that some hotels have limited parking, 2 hours or so, things may get tricky for those longer punts or overnights.

I've never had any problems with staff, just walked straight on in and through reception, purposefully and not loitering  - don't want to look like I don't know where I'm going.

Personally I think the cheaper end of the hotel range - 30 ish quid for a room sort I'd guess - know exactly what is going on and they turn a blind eye, probably accounts for most of their business during the day and they need the paying guests. More expensive hotels in tourist trap areas are more likely to have issues, especially when the poor innocent holiday makers take offence and complain. I think one hotel nice and close to home has it all organised. Last time I visited one corridor had do not disturb signs on every door - must have put all the girls in that one area. Bit like the Pascha only with the doors closed.


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