Popular media on UKEscorting.com (free site!)

UKPunting is a free, independent and not-for-profit paid sex buyer site.


Author Topic: Hotel Sex Trade Shock - Norwich  (Read 3347 times)


Offline CBPaul

That was an entertaining read  :D

So he runs a string of un-staffed budget hotels and doesn't know how to stop prossies using them, seems to me he is well set up for encouraging them and with 1 in 5 rooms having a prossie in them it's good business for him.

A load of old bollocks to persuade people he is the poor hotelier who can't do anything. A hotel near me was a popular place to spend an hour of fun but they managed to put a stop to things - only when the local council stuck their noses in - simple, refuse service.

He's turned wifi off, according to some of the reports on trip adviser it was already off. Putting a barrier in the car park would certainly stop me though because I haven't the wit to park down the road and walk back to a venue.

http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g186342-d191765-Reviews-The_Beeches_Hotel-Norwich_Norfolk_East_Anglia_England.html

Offline vorian

Seems he needs Alex Polizzi to sort him out. Now that's an episode I would love to see.
"Darling,  first we need to get rid of the hookers and then put some curtains up"  :D
Banning reason: Two faced - Slagging off UKP and it's membership using fake account

Offline itk

 :scare: I've seen a couple of orientals in that one on Unthank Road. Awful place had me on edge as although the door to the corridor was locked, it had a hell of gap around the frame so noise was an issue.
« Last Edit: May 15, 2014, 09:26:13 PM by itk »


Offline pokenn

Had one of my best punts in one of those MJB places. The rooms obviously vary in quality as the one I saw was quite classy.

No way can he stop WGs using them, and why should he bother unless the council threatens to take his licence away. It was obviously a quiet day for news at the local rag.

Offline Taggart

 :manhater:Don't know what the problem is. Seems to be the epitome of high class hotels.

Can't recall seeing so many 'terrible' reviews and his last good one was 2 years back.

He doesn't care. Simples.

Offline Tony Charles 69

I had the worse punt ever in one of those MJB places. Every time I now walk past those places I recall how terribly I was ripped off  :dash:

Online James999

I do find it amusing the way he says the Pro$$ie says she would sue him for loss of ernings  :sarcastic:

What's she going to do, produce accounts & call HMRC as her witness in court that her income was lower than normal, what a load of bollocks   :wacko:

I worked for this hotel chain a while ago and Tony wasn't the best of bosses, which made this pretty funny. Doesn't surprise me though given the quality of the hotels

Offline pokenn

I worked for this hotel chain a while ago and Tony wasn't the best of bosses, which made this pretty funny. Doesn't surprise me though given the quality of the hotels

It might be better not to give too many clues to your identity. Up to you of course.

Offline Stukey

I find all this rather funny, as I have visited WG's in MJB properties, either apartments or DIY Hotels (how they known as hotels is beyond me) in Upper St Giles Street, Earlham Rd (4 venues - many visits), or Unthank rd (3 venues multiple visits). Whilst mid summer, occasional football matches, and weddings they can be busy, Otherwise, I think said owner might end up suing the WGs for loss of business!

Offline SaneOnes

For all i know, the numerous WGs are keeping the MJB properties still in business. Their apartments on Unthank Rd are of high quality where I've visited equally high standard escorts whereas the cheap little rooms they sell on Earlham Rd are usually rented out by equally cheap WGs. I've had a bad experience in one of those cheap rooms. And the next time i was given the address for one of those little MJB rooms, I'd avoided those particular WGs straightaway. Either way, the owner of these properties should have nothing to moan about.

One in five rooms having a hooker in seems a bit steep to me, is it really that many?

Offline socks

One in five rooms having a hooker in seems a bit steep to me, is it really that many?
It probably used to be, as I've certainly seen a fair few in those places and it was very convenient. Now with those no parking signs up and tales from WGs who've stopped using them following incidents of punters being blocked in when they park there, I reckon he's fucked up on his business model a bit.

It probably used to be, as I've certainly seen a fair few in those places and it was very convenient. Now with those no parking signs up and tales from WGs who've stopped using them following incidents of punters being blocked in when they park there, I reckon he's fucked up on his business model a bit.

Wow! Honestly a little bit shocked. I don't live in Norwich but I live in a fairly busy town (what I thought was a fairly busy town anyway) for prostitutes and it is nothing like that ratio here

Offline socks

It's a combination of being cheap, most rooms being spacious, some very spacious, availability of apartments and probably most crucially, no reception. On booking you get codes for the front door and your room and you let yourself in and out. I've seen at least 10 different WGs in their places. But my guess would be that numbers are down following the change in attitude. I haven't been to a meet in one of their places for a while, probably not this year whereas probably half of my punts used to be.

Offline JV547845

What's the big deal if the WGs and punters aren't disturbing other guests?


Latest videos on UKEscorting.com (free site!)

Latest images on UKEscorting.com (free site!)