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Offline frame

IBIS hotel ,temple mean quay do like single girl booking room
must show some ID
As well radisson blu + premier inn filton novotel hotel , Ramada redcliff hotel,ibis bristol travel lodge  lot WG are having problem booking room, they do not like single girl booking room in the week in bristol
Banning reason: Repeated touting, ignoring admin warning

Offline ParisB

The last time my cards were renewed on my main credit card account (due to normal expiry) the two cards arrived with different numbers. The leaflet in the pack said this was because of chip and pin responsibility. For the card issuer to protect themselves from disputes they needed to be able to clearly distinguish which card had been used for a transaction. The main cardholder was still responsible for all charges made. So it seems it's not universally true one way or the other for the card numbers to always be the same or different, at least not at the moment.


strange then because  both credit cards on both mine are the same numbers .  It might be useful for them so that they can see who has made the transaction but  if my sister spent money on it it would still be down to me to pay it off as its my account   

Offline moondance

I personally do not see the point in booking hotels in a fake name, since hotels require the card you booked, would it not looked strange to turn up and having to explain the name you booked under was incorrect.
I also think booking in a name that was not given to you at birth adds to the feeling you are doing something *wrong*.
Book in your name and be confident,discreet and nice to front desk staff I say.

Offline moondance

IBIS hotel ,temple mean quay do like single girl booking room
must show some ID
As well radisson blu + premier inn filton novotel hotel , Ramada redcliff hotel,ibis bristol travel lodge  lot WG are having problem booking room, they do not like single girl booking room in the week in bristol

Then clearly the powers that be in Bristol are clamping down!

Offline moondance

I know, but it's outdated and doesn't contain any info of any of the areas I want, and no one ever responds to my posts.
I was just hoping to find out what hotels these guys had visited previously:)

Maybe because people on there just do not care to help as they know you post here, sure, others on there post here too, but it is a funny old place that Saafe, *pro$$ies politics*, I would go as far as to say you are being ignored on purpose,I could be wrong.
Leave them to it;-) hopefully, there is enough decent information here to help you out.

Offline Louise 100% British

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Maybe because people on there just do not care to help as they know you post here, sure, others on there post here too, but it is a funny old place that Saafe, *pro$$ies politics*, I would go as far as to say you are being ignored on purpose,I could be wrong.
Leave them to it;-) hopefully, there is enough decent information here to help you out.

My username is irrelevant to me though. You would have to delve deep on there to find me.
But yes some may have done this And this could be the reason :(

Offline aardvark

If you ever think about coming to Cardiff, PM me and I will recommend a very reasonably priced hotel that doesn't require cards for the corridors and it is easy to nip past reception.!!

Offline moondance

My username is irrelevant to me though. You would have to delve deep on there to find me.
But yes some may have done this And this could be the reason :(

As I said I could be wrong, but just strikes me odd you have asked for help/info and have been met with the sound of a silent breeze.
Even if this is the case, not a big deal, you have a lot of good feedback here.;-)

Offline Sarahs Back

I spend most my life in hotels
Visiting guys most the time.
I feel a lot safer, strangly!
Having done this for many years you start to reslise just how many girls visit or work in hotels!

I use to go red when walking through the door but then I realised that if they stopped us then they would loose a hell of a lot of business by stopping us

I have walked down the hallway at about 8pm and heard at least 10 couples fucking and most were EU girls voices so I know what they up to

For girls working in a hotel it's best to choose busy ones and ones that have side entrances that guest leave doors open when having a fag.... Harlow park inn is good for that

The problems I have faced is that my name has been black listed to the point where I try to book somewhere and every hotel seems to be fully booked
Or while I'm there I get locked out my room so have to speak to reception
Or the smoke alarm goes off every time I stay somewhere... I stopped doing it now.
Which is a shame as I enjoyed staying at hotels and using the gym, pool and the fuck off breakfasts !!!!

But hey Louise if you do find a place I could do with a day now and again... If that helps with your costs!

« Last Edit: March 26, 2013, 01:22:36 AM by Sarahs Back »

Offline Louise 100% British

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As I said I could be wrong, but just strikes me odd you have asked for help/info and have been met with the sound of a silent breeze.
Even if this is the case, not a big deal, you have a lot of good feedback here.;-)

Yep jus checked now, and still only one reply :(

Offline Louise 100% British

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I spend most my life in hotels
Visiting guys most the time.
I feel a lot safer, strangly!
Having done this for many years you start to reslise just how many girls visit or work in hotels!

I use to go red when walking through the door but then I realised that if they stopped us then they would loose a hell of a lot of business by stopping us

I have walked down the hallway at about 8pm and heard at least 10 couples fucking and most were EU girls voices so I know what they up to

For girls working in a hotel it's best to choose busy ones and ones that have side entrances that guest leave doors open when having a fag.... Harlow park inn is good for that

The problems I have faced is that my name has been black listed to the point where I try to book somewhere and every hotel seems to be fully booked
Or while I'm there I get locked out my room so have to speak to reception
Or the smoke alarm goes off every time I stay somewhere... I stopped doing it now.
Which is a shame as I enjoyed staying at hotels and using the gym, pool and the fuck off breakfasts !!!!

But hey Louise if you do find a place I could do with a day now and again... If that helps with your costs!

I am no longer working from hotels.
was last straw was on Monday I had booked the ibis hotel in reading via late rooms, and they refused my bloody entry.
I didn't stick sound to hear them reason, I'm not stupid.
What pissed me off is that they clearly had my number on the system so they could have rung me, rather than wait for me to check in :(

Offline Cactus

I am no longer working from hotels.
was last straw was on Monday I had booked the ibis hotel in reading via late rooms, and they refused my bloody entry.
I didn't stick sound to hear them reason, I'm not stupid.
What pissed me off is that they clearly had my number on the system so they could have rung me, rather than wait for me to check in :(

So where you working now then?
Following your thread on serviced apartments and now hotels, what's next?
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Hi guys, was wondering how you would feel about seeing an escort in the back of a van, reason being my fella has just got a job as a Courier and the van sits vacant in the evening

Offline Louise 100% British

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No to the above. Thanks for making it look like i wrote it.
 Four brick walls and a roof, I believe it is called a flat.
« Last Edit: March 29, 2013, 07:54:41 AM by Louise »

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No to the above (joke or insult) Thanks for trying to make it look like i wrote it.
 Four brick walls and a roof, I believe it is called a flat.

Offline James999

I'm not stupid.

That's exactly what a stupid person would say  :hi:

Offline Saul Right

James.
One night I picked up a young couple from outside a Travelodge, they told me they were refused a room because they wanted to pay cash and had no ID  ------------  don't ask me why, I had no reason to disbelieve them.  :unknown:

That's more of a security thing. If they cause any damage a card can then be charged. At least that is why many hotels want a card.

Offline Louise 100% British

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That's exactly what a stupid person would say  :hi:

I Think you took what I said out of context.
It made sense with the rest of my sentence.

Offline ParisB

I am no longer working from hotels.
was last straw was on Monday I had booked the ibis hotel in reading via late rooms, and they refused my bloody entry.
I didn't stick sound to hear them reason, I'm not stupid.
What pissed me off is that they clearly had my number on the system so they could have rung me, rather than wait for me to check in :(


It may be the case that they knew what you were doing and so when you put in your mobile number on the booking they decided that they didn't want your business
Its one of the reasons that i use different email address / address and variations of my name and make up mobile number when i book a hotel

Offline Louise 100% British

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It may be the case that they knew what you were doing and so when you put in your mobile number on the booking they decided that they didn't want your business
Its one of the reasons that i use different email address / address and variations of my name and make up mobile number when i book a hotel

I did use a different mobile number to my work number.
I think maybe that too many girls work from that hotel. Maybe they are getting annoyed with it.

Offline A new world



I use to go red when walking through the door but then I realised that if they stopped us then they would loose a hell of a lot of business by stopping us

I have walked down the hallway at about 8pm and heard at least 10 couples fucking and most were EU girls voices so I know what they up to


I never really thought about it before but I now see that this is very true, when i was in Vegas I saw this happening blatantly without any need to cover it up. It also now makes so much sense why the Ibis near my work has a sign that says "Rooms rented by the hour" I thought it was for folks who were having affairs I never even thought that this was for working girls.

Personally I can't really see what the problem is as long as the girl and clients are keeping to themselves and not annoying anyone else why not allow them to use rooms discreetly? Surely in this current economic climate Hotels need to have other revenues of income?




Offline spz1234

Only had one punt, my first, in a hotel. No reason I haven't seen one who works from a hotel again. Just that everyone I've seen subsequently either works from their home or a flat or apartment.

In my experience of using hotels due to when I travel, normally theres absolutely no reason why you should worry as they won't have any idea whether you have a room there and have already booked in or not. Apart from late at night. Then they can have security asking for your room number/Keycard etc.

Just now where you're going and look like you ought to be there instead of looking shifty.

I am no longer working from hotels.
was last straw was on Monday I had booked the ibis hotel in reading via late rooms, and they refused my bloody entry.
I didn't stick sound to hear them reason, I'm not stupid.
What pissed me off is that they clearly had my number on the system so they could have rung me, rather than wait for me to check in :(

Sorry to hear this  :( Seems strange to me they could know who you were or what you were supposedly there for.

Offline Stew

FWIW I've only seen 2 WGs on about 6 punts since I started this caper late last summer and they both worked from the same hotel. A hotel I'd actually been in before too.

I knew the layout well, and although the reception is right in front of the main door, I strode in like I owned the place having an imaginary chat on my mobile which was held in my right hand so that when I turned left for the rooms my George Clooney like features couldn't be recognised by the receptionist who I remembered from my previous non-punting visits.  :cool:


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