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Author Topic: Seeing an Escort at a Hotel Quick Question.  (Read 26988 times)

Had a punt in the IBIS Gatwick. No problem getting staright into lift, the embarrassing part was taking the parking ticket to reception where the foreign receptionist repeatedly asked "what room you in?". A bit flustered, I told him I had just had a meeting, not sure who was the most red-faced when I think the penny dropped!!!

Offline up_peri_scope

Think I might have just paid for parking   :D

Offline smiths

Had a punt in the IBIS Gatwick. No problem getting staright into lift, the embarrassing part was taking the parking ticket to reception where the foreign receptionist repeatedly asked "what room you in?". A bit flustered, I told him I had just had a meeting, not sure who was the most red-faced when I think the penny dropped!!!

I had something similar happen at the Millenium Gloucester i think it was when the machine for the parking was broken and i had to go to reception to pay, but they didnt ask me for a room number or question me at all.

If i had been i would of just said the same as you, here for a business meeting, i had my briefcase with me as i dress according to the place and what i think is the easiest way to blend in, they have a lot of businessman in and out all day.

Offline smiths

I once had an arrangement to visit where the lady told me where to stand and wait and asked for what I would wear and or look like, and she came down and embraced me like an old friend and we went off happily to the lift. It was a good start to a good punt in an IBIS hotel near Heathrow.

Another hint if parking is not free, I used a local meter on a street round the back and it was cheaper than the IBIS car park.

Since the I did stay in an IBIS in Leeds and the lady I asked to visit me as an outcall did to the same ploy to meet her, I went down when she was nearby and greeted her effusively. She then told me she was known in the hotel and this was a good way for her to get in as if legit!

The often lack of or very few free parking spaces is the drawback with a lot of Travelodges in my experience. Its often £10 for 24 hours thus making a cheap room actually more expensive than i can find at another chain like Days Inn who have free parking.

Free parking is essential to me when staying at a hotel, one of the first things i look at. I punted with Natasha of this forum a few years back at a hotel in Stevenage and the car park was across the main road accessible by a subway and was a public one, fuck all that, i then still had my fathers disabled parking badge so used that and parked right outside.

Think I might have just paid for parking   :D

It wasn't an option. I got a ticket at the gate on arrival which simply stated 'take this ticket to reception on departure'.

There wasn't a pay machine and the guy on reception gave me a 4 digit code to open the exit barrier - Free parking!

If anyone has been to the Ibis at Gatwick they will know you have no other choice but use their car park and if I hadn't had a really good punt there (one of my faves  :thumbsup:), it might stop me from going back.

Next time, I will go from the lift to the bar.... and then to reception (carrying my briefcase - thanks Smiths)  :D

Tony Montana

I visited a girl in a hotel recently and felt pretty self concious about it.  It was about 2pm in the afternoon so there were very few guests around and a couple of staff asked "Can I help you?" even though I was pretending to be on the phone and had headphones in.

I left about 4, and had to pay for parking at reception.  There did seem to be some sniggering from receptionists in the back office when they took my ticket away to validate it, or maybe I'm just paranoid.

It would be much easier to blend in after about 6pm when there are more guests coming and going.

Offline smiths

It wasn't an option. I got a ticket at the gate on arrival which simply stated 'take this ticket to reception on departure'.

There wasn't a pay machine and the guy on reception gave me a 4 digit code to open the exit barrier - Free parking!

If anyone has been to the Ibis at Gatwick they will know you have no other choice but use their car park and if I hadn't had a really good punt there (one of my faves  :thumbsup:), it might stop me from going back.

Next time, I will go from the lift to the bar.... and then to reception (carrying my briefcase - thanks Smiths)  :D

Your welcome mate. ;)

Offline ladyofthemansion

In that situation you have to front it out.
Look confident as if you belong there, if anyone tries to help you,
you are looking for your friends room.
They see it all the time, and can probably spot pro$$ies & punters a mile off.
If you're still nervous, ask the prossie if she'd meet you in the bar first.
Some will, some won't.

Lol. Imagine if every guy asked the lady to meet them in in the bar.


Offline ladyofthemansion

The only problem with some Premier Inns is that you need a key card to access the accommodation area. However the escort will know if this is the case and will have something worked out for her clients.  Otherwise they are very impersonal and used to people coming and going all the time. Nobody will question you.

Not all Premier inns have keycards. I have passed the keycard out the window when faced with that problem.

@Silver Birch, I'll be going to the IBIS Hotel in Gatwick sometime in the future, I was wondering what part of the hotel is the lift located in when I enter?

Also is there anything I need to watch out for?

@Silver Birch, I'll be going to the IBIS Hotel in Gatwick sometime in the future, I was wondering what part of the hotel is the lift located in when I enter?

Also is there anything I need to watch out for?

Go in the front door and immediately turn right and the lifts are just there. Reception is just to the left of the entrance but pretty close to the lift. Nobody at reception took any notice of me on the way in, my mistake after the punt was coming out of the lift and going straight up to reception so it was obvious I had come from a room.

There must be a bar there, I think it's off to the left of reception, so I will make a detour via there next time, before going back to reception and getting the car park code  :cool: I parked underneath the hotel and though not large, there were plenty of spaces.

Decent enough hotel. Not sure if I was in a disabled room or all rooms are the same, but wished afterwards I had taken advantage of the wet room (walk-in shower) during the punt instead of alone at the end  :dash:

I visited a girl in a hotel recently and felt pretty self concious about it.  It was about 2pm in the afternoon so there were very few guests around and a couple of staff asked "Can I help you?" even though I was pretending to be on the phone and had headphones in.

I left about 4, and had to pay for parking at reception.  There did seem to be some sniggering from receptionists in the back office when they took my ticket away to validate it, or maybe I'm just paranoid.

It would be much easier to blend in after about 6pm when there are more guests coming and going.

Just because you are paranoid, it doesn't mean they are NOT laughing at YOU  :D

Seriously though, it does feel like you are walking around with a sign over your head, lights flashing and a siren blaring doesn't it?

Hotel staff may well be aware of what is going on but most guests won't have a clue. Before I punted I never, ever, noticed punters or wg's in hotels. Now, if the bar is near the door and I am there having a few drinks, I swear I can spot them a mile off! Quite surprising how many too!



Go in the front door and immediately turn right and the lifts are just there. Reception is just to the left of the entrance but pretty close to the lift. Nobody at reception took any notice of me on the way in, my mistake after the punt was coming out of the lift and going straight up to reception so it was obvious I had come from a room.

There must be a bar there, I think it's off to the left of reception, so I will make a detour via there next time, before going back to reception and getting the car park code  :cool: I parked underneath the hotel and though not large, there were plenty of spaces.

Decent enough hotel. Not sure if I was in a disabled room or all rooms are the same, but wished afterwards I had taken advantage of the wet room (walk-in shower) during the punt instead of alone at the end  :dash:

Thanks for the info Silver.

Offline mattylondon

The often lack of or very few free parking spaces is the drawback with a lot of Travelodges in my experience. Its often £10 for 24 hours thus making a cheap room actually more expensive than i can find at another chain like Days Inn who have free parking.

Free parking is essential to me when staying at a hotel, one of the first things i look at. I punted with Natasha of this forum a few years back at a hotel in Stevenage and the car park was across the main road accessible by a subway and was a public one, fuck all that, i then still had my fathers disabled parking badge so used that and parked right outside.
I've visited plenty of hotels and never had to pay for parking, especially at a Travelodge or Premier Inn..... ever?  :unknown:

Be that either visiting a prossie or staying in the hotel myself. If it was the former, it would have to come off the cost, as she should've informed you of this fact in advance or I'd simply resort to my Plan B. And if it was the latter and, I'd simply book another hotel where it was free.

There are always plenty of fish in the sea.  :cool

Offline smiths

I've visited plenty of hotels and never had to pay for parking, especially at a Travelodge or Premier Inn..... ever?  :unknown:

Be that either visiting a prossie or staying in the hotel myself. If it was the former, it would have to come off the cost, as she should've informed you of this fact in advance or I'd simply resort to my Plan B. And if it was the latter and, I'd simply book another hotel where it was free.

There are always plenty of fish in the sea.  :cool

I can only go on the Travelodges i know about or have checked online which in North London and Herts were mainly chargeable parking or very limited first come first served free parking which isnt good enough for me, i require guaranteed free parking. The cost of the parking was always mentioned on the hotel facilities page i found followed by me checking with the individual hotel.

I prefer Days Inn myself, always free parking and from £25 a night, ideally situated for me on service stations and have never in the dozen or so that i have stayed in many times given a toss what i did, in fact the staff were away from reception most of the time. ;)


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