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Author Topic: Hotels vs Houses  (Read 2164 times)

So many girls work from hotels these days, but these places creep me out. Staff lurk, and want to say "hello" to you when you have other things on your mind. Cleaners are always within 10 metres of the girl's room. Plus, the hotels in this part of the UK are all a 30 min drive away, meaning a lunchtime bootie call just can't happen. I much prefer private houses. Do others feel similarly?

Offline Marmalade

Welcome to the forum.

I think with hotels you can actually get used to brazening it out, but my main objection is that the rooms are impersonal and functional. Even a lot of working apartments can be boringly impersonal. To me, it's much better value to shag her in her own home or, failing that, a working flat that at least shows someone cares about it.

Offline smiths

So many girls work from hotels these days, but these places creep me out. Staff lurk, and want to say "hello" to you when you have other things on your mind. Cleaners are always within 10 metres of the girl's room. Plus, the hotels in this part of the UK are all a 30 min drive away, meaning a lunchtime bootie call just can't happen. I much prefer private houses. Do others feel similarly?

Like you i prefer WGs premises but i do like Hotels that are medium to large where i can come and go anonymously. Rarely had a problem in them, but have in the past in small hotels or B&Bs where they have the typical nosey parker.

Offline rpg

Totally depends on the location for me..
Too close to home (I live in a fairly small town where everyone knows everyone else) and I would look out of place being seen going to a house or flat where I don't have a reason to be, so hotel is best.
Any other scenario it's the girl's house or flat every time.

Offline finn5555

Never really had an issue with hotels. I know some are aware of what's going on in particular a couple of Ibis hotels near me. I just stroll in and ignore anyone around me.


Offline nemesis6

I get anxious about finding a girls place for the first time, making sure I get there on time etc. - especially since I don't drive. This wouldn't really be an issue with hotels obviously, but I still much prefer the idea of visiting a private residence. The idea of coming in to a hotel, walking past reception, trying to seem inconspicuous when you don't really know where you're going etc. freaks me out a bit, so I haven never seen anyone at a hotel.

However, I have been persuaded to do it now as I'm arranging an overnight with a lady who only does incalls from hotels. Had her on my hotlist for ages now, she seems great - brilliant feedback, good list of services and very good rates. So the thought of an overnight with her is what finally tempted me to get over my anxiety about it  :)

I get anxious about finding a girls place for the first time, making sure I get there on time etc. - especially since I don't drive. This wouldn't really be an issue with hotels obviously, but I still much prefer the idea of visiting a private residence. The idea of coming in to a hotel, walking past reception, trying to seem inconspicuous when you don't really know where you're going etc. freaks me out a bit, so I haven never seen anyone at a hotel.

However, I have been persuaded to do it now as I'm arranging an overnight with a lady who only does incalls from hotels. Had her on my hotlist for ages now, she seems great - brilliant feedback, good list of services and very good rates. So the thought of an overnight with her is what finally tempted me to get over my anxiety about it  :)

Good luck with that, nemesis; hope you've seen your lady before so that you can have an enjoyable night.

Actually, this is probably the best way to visit someone in a hotel, rather than turning up at lunchtime or mid-afternoon  when people are checking in or out.

hotels are ok, at least you know the room has probably been cleaned and that there are shower facilities. Just make sure that the WG gives you directions to the room so you can just walk in and go in the right direction like you are another of the guests you don't want to be hanging around or asking for directions to the room.

Offline Hetfield

Only ever visited a WG in a hotel once, and it was a fairly local one to me. Chain company, and I called her for the booking, she told me the address (I knew what hotel it was before she even said, as it's the only one in the area) and she simply said "park at the far end of the carpark, and use the walkthrough to the rooms rather than go to reception. 2nd floor, room 25" (or whatever number it was)

Simple as that, just like visiting a block of flats. However, I've never visited a WG in a hotel where you HAVE to go through reception to get to the rooms, such as a Travel Lodge or Premier Inn, for example (as most of these you do have to use the main entrance)

I'm not fussed really either way. On the one hand, residences are nice and private, but on the other one might worry that locals might know the WG lives/works there and instantly knows why you're entering. Then with hotels, it's detatched, and subtle, but again one might worry about hotel staff being nosey or being asked where you're going by security etc.

I assume some WG's work out of hotels because they can't/don't want to work from home, and some work from hotels because they don't want punters knowing where they live (for safety - since there are some strange people out there), and some do it because they tour.

Offline Uglybugball

A good quality hotel is my preference. Gives you a sense of importance if furnishings are more plush. Also the escort will be more relaxed and likely to perform to a higher standard.

If it was one of my regular escorts, and she booked what I thought was a crap hotel, I'd ask why she had chosen it. There may be a reason and it's her I want to see anyway.

Their house/flat could be okay, but you are depending on feedback and knowing the area you visit.

« Last Edit: May 03, 2013, 09:19:46 PM by Uglybugball »

Offline G-style

I met a WG at a hotel a couple of weeks ago, first floor room 7. I walked in up the stairs, room 7 .... WTF it was a conference room!!! Wrong Hotel!!! I was at the one next door. Felt a right mug. I did have a little chuckle could have been awkward if it had been an occupied room. I found the right hotel quick enough.

Offline ParisB

So many girls work from hotels these days, but these places creep me out. Staff lurk, and want to say "hello" to you when you have other things on your mind. Cleaners are always within 10 metres of the girl's room. Plus, the hotels in this part of the UK are all a 30 min drive away, meaning a lunchtime bootie call just can't happen. I much prefer private houses. Do others feel similarly?


While i do  have my own flat that i work from when working from my home town  when i tour i use hotels and i have never ( touch wood ) had a problem.  But I do try wherever possible  to get nice decent hotels like  that either have a gym /pool thats open to non residents so that a client can have a excuse for being in the hotel
Most bars /restaurants are open to non residents though so its easy to slip in to the hotel 

Offline nemesis6

Good luck with that, nemesis; hope you've seen your lady before so that you can have an enjoyable night.

Actually, this is probably the best way to visit someone in a hotel, rather than turning up at lunchtime or mid-afternoon  when people are checking in or out.
Cheers  :thumbsup: I haven't seen her before, but we've arranged a shorter booking so we can get to know each other a bit first  :)

Offline tda666

Hotels for me, more likely to be clean and have en-suite. I haven't ever had an issue and have been to dozens.

Offline ParisB

I always try to  book a disabled access room ( especially in Jurys hotels ) as the rooms are always so much bigger than bog standard rooms


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