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Author Topic: An Incall.......at a Hotel? Newbie question about risks, occupants next door etc  (Read 2044 times)

Offline RedAlertTourist

Hello peeps

So I am visiting an Escort in Central London who does limited Incalls- however these (according to her positive feedback) are not held in a designated flat but at a well know Hotel Chain.

Some questions about

a) Payment. When doing the "paperwork" if we are in a Double Bedroom with only one door- does she keep the Money with her until I leave or does she exit the room to pay whoever? Isn't this risky due to her being able to do a runner?

b) Noise. When I orgasim, I orgasim and I'm not afraid to do so out loud. Would this attract attention i.e. Hotel Staff knocking on the door or fellow occupants complaining?

Thats about it. Tell you the truth the Escort is a hottie so I'll try her regardless but still- whats your experiences?

Red

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Make sure the money stays in the room till you have finished, no genuine girl will have a problem with this, and noise is not usually a concern, the cleaners pretty noisy in most hotels, and also remember that the majority of the Hotel staff will speak little or no English and as such really not interested in what goes on.

Offline Strawberry

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People do have sex in hotel rooms you know!

I've met a few ladies doing incalls in hotels & not one of them has ever left the room during a booking.  If she has good feedback like you mention I wouldn't worry at all.

I also wouldn't worry about making to much noise.  Hotel staff have heard & seen it all & I doubt any other guests will be bothered as long as it's not a marathon shagfest through the night.  Hotel staff really couldn't give a shit.


Offline smiths

Hello peeps

So I am visiting an Escort in Central London who does limited Incalls- however these (according to her positive feedback) are not held in a designated flat but at a well know Hotel Chain.

Some questions about

a) Payment. When doing the "paperwork" if we are in a Double Bedroom with only one door- does she keep the Money with her until I leave or does she exit the room to pay whoever? Isn't this risky due to her being able to do a runner?

b) Noise. When I orgasim, I orgasim and I'm not afraid to do so out loud. Would this attract attention i.e. Hotel Staff knocking on the door or fellow occupants complaining?

Thats about it. Tell you the truth the Escort is a hottie so I'll try her regardless but still- whats your experiences?

Red

If she has a safe she might put in there but leaving the room would be suspicious as where else can she stash it apart from the hotels own safe. If she was a newbie to me her leaving the room would set alarm bells ringing.

As to noise it will depend on the set-up of the hotel and who your neighbours are, i havent had any problems but you wont know any of this till the day.

Offline Fannytastico

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My first punt was to a hotel. I went to the loo to freshen up and left the money and my handbag in the bedroom with the punter.  He gave me a real bollocking when I came back and said I should keep my bag/money within sight at all times!


Offline ladyofthemansion

Make sure the money stays in the room till you have finished, no genuine girl will have a problem with this, and noise is not usually a concern, the cleaners pretty noisy in most hotels, and also remember that the majority of the Hotel staff will speak little or no English and as such really not interested in what goes on.

Why would the language they speak have anything to do with whether they would be interested in noise or not?

Offline Cactus

You'll be fine, have done this before and the girl never left the room - just left the cash on the bedside table.  As for noise, if it is a chain hotel then theres a fair chance it is fairly modern and sound insulation standards have to be pretty stringent nowadays (in Scotland they do anyway) so it's likely that nobody will hear very much of the noise you are making.  If they do it will be muffled and they won't be able to tell the difference from an orgasm to celebrating a goal at the football!  Plus if you make alot of noise, you'll only be there for an hour, so will be gone before they have a chance to do anything about it.

Have fun and scream the house down  :drinks:

Done quite a few hotel visits one way or the other, the girl has never left the room for any reason until its over, the staff generally don't care or wouldn't have a clue who is staying and who is "visiting" due to shift changes and noise has never been an issue.
Just breeze in like you own the place and breeze out again.
and of course, enjoy!

Offline Lucy chambers

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Er, when you have an outcall to a hotel does the lady leave the room with the finances? Of course not. So of course she doesnt need to leave. If the lady says that she does, expect to be ripped off.

Offline Jimmyredcab

also remember that the majority of the Hotel staff will speak little or no English

Yet another sweeping generalization. :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

Offline oconnor

James is increasingly coming across like a journo :)

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Yet another sweeping generalization.

Nothing wrong with generalisations, and in fact they are more appropriate when talking generally as opposed to a specific hotel (and no specific hotel was mentioned by the Op) in the same way a generalisation may be that foreign unlicensed minicabs in London don't tend to have the knowledge of the streets and attractions, or that Thai girls in Bangkok are ugly.

The majority of staff in hotels are not English, the manager may be, and poss some front of house staff and senior kitchen staff etc, but the cleaners, porters, baggage handlers, kitchen assistants, washer ups, gardeners, car park attendants, etc tend to be foreign.  Hardly a contentious statement

Offline Jimmyredcab



The majority of staff in hotels are not English, the manager may be, and poss some front of house staff and senior kitchen staff etc, but the cleaners, porters, baggage handlers, kitchen assistants, washer ups, gardeners, car park attendants, etc tend to be foreign.  Hardly a contentious statement

What you say is true, the same could be said for most of the staff in London restaurants, my query was the statement that they speak "little or no English" ---------- I doubt they would get past the interview stage if that were the case. :rolleyes:


Offline ParisB

i tour every other weekend and stay in hotels

first i have no reason to leave the room to put the money away  there is a safe ect
its a hotel they are use to strange noises, strange people, and well just strange thing in general  very little shock hotel workers, they have seen heard it all probably more than you would really know   
and just for reference
 


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