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Author Topic: Wg getting found out at hotels  (Read 5856 times)

Once when visiting a WG in a hotel a maid started knocking on the door while the WG was sitting on my face. She was actually trying the handle when the WG jumped off and shouted through the door that the room didn’t require cleaning.

The escort should have put up the sign

Do not disturb

Offline smiths

How does this go down with the different police forces, I think police Scotland are trying to force hotels to crack down on escorts using hotels for in calls

So seemingly it no longer acceptable for hotels to turn a blind eye, if they know an escort using there hotel for in calls they must report this to the police

The hotel is being used as a brothel so if the local police force has a no tolerance policy they might visit hotels and ask them to report on WGs. Doesnt mean the hotel will do so though of course.

Offline smiths

The escort should have put up the sign

Do not disturb

Exactly, she sounds as think as two short planks to have not done that.

Offline punk

Just wondering how often hotels suspect wg are operating from there hotel and are asked to leave. This has happened twice lately to my regular and the second time she had to cancel our booking

i am sure the cleaning staff are well aware of what is going on.

Offline con-a-ser

How does this go down with the different police forces, I think police Scotland are trying to force hotels to crack down on escorts using hotels for in calls

So seemingly it no longer acceptable for hotels to turn a blind eye, if they know an escort using there hotel for in calls they must report this to the police

I think it is often the local girls making tips to the fuzz on the touring girls thinking it is lost trade

Offline JV547845

If smart they do what i do when staying in a hotel, nick towels off the maids trolley often left abandoned in the corridor. Or they take their own towels knowing they will be using a lot so as to not arouse suspicion.

I like it.

Step 1.  Take risk selling body for sex to strangers
Step 2.  Book hotel for in call
Step 3.  Steal towels
Step 4.  Pack towels in suitcase
Step 5.  Check out and sell towels on e-bay.  PROFIT!!!

Offline con-a-ser

i am sure the cleaning staff are well aware of what is going on.

Is this the reason some hotels are cashing in with paid car parks to cash in on guests
There are often threads where touring girls ask for advice on another site for escort friendly hotels

Problem is they always all get the same advice so this could have a knock on effect meaning some hotels end up been less escort friendly if one girl or punter causes a problem

Offline con-a-ser

I like it.

Step 1.  Take risk selling body for sex to strangers
Step 2.  Book hotel for in call
Step 3.  Steal towels
Step 4.  Pack towels in suitcase
Step 5. 

Take towels home wash & use for next visit, next time use towels & swap for clean ones then leave leaving pile of dirty towels to save you the cost & time of washing them & repeat this step each future visit & postage on ebay
« Last Edit: July 27, 2014, 02:07:50 PM by con-a-ser »

Offline smiths

I think it is often the local girls making tips to the fuzz on the touring girls thinking it is lost trade

Spot on, and pimps of course.

Use a hotel that has the TripAdvisor Brothel Seal of Approval
http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowUserReviews-g528813-d1215963-r150070517-Ibis_Budget_London_Hounslow-Hounslow_Middlesex_England.html

 :lol:

To be fair it could have been just a bunch of randy couples in the hotel as opposed to prossies working that night.

Offline k

:lol:

To be fair it could have been just a bunch of randy couples in the hotel as opposed to prossies working that night.
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And finally the heating works for 15 mins then automatically goes of for 30 and within that time you will get cold air coming out the vents.
It could also be a fun way to try and keep warm.

Offline hotbethany25

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This may be a stupid question but when you go to hotels, do you just go straight up to the room, or do you have to inform reception where you are going? Or does the girl come and meet you x

Offline Anadin

This may be a stupid question but when you go to hotels, do you just go straight up to the room, or do you have to inform reception where you are going? Or does the girl come and meet you x

Straight up to the room. Most big hotels are really busy with people coming and going so you just walk in & up to the lift.

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Straight up to the room. Most big hotels are really busy with people coming and going so you just walk in & up to the lift.

Thanks x puts my mind at rest lol! One thing though, it would have to be a hotel that doesn't require one of those cards to gain access,  is this correct?  X

Offline Anadin

Thanks x puts my mind at rest lol! One thing though, it would have to be a hotel that doesn't require one of those cards to gain access,  is this correct?  X

Generally most WGs take care to book into suitable hotels with easy access, have a word with them about getting to their room before you make the journey to put your mind at ease.
« Last Edit: July 28, 2014, 02:25:13 AM by Anadin »

Offline JV547845

Thanks x puts my mind at rest lol! One thing though, it would have to be a hotel that doesn't require one of those cards to gain access,  is this correct?  X

I did an in call in one of those places and the WG dropped the card out of the window to me.  I ended up tailgating other hotel guests into the lift anyway.

Offline smiths

Thanks x puts my mind at rest lol! One thing though, it would have to be a hotel that doesn't require one of those cards to gain access,  is this correct?  X

Not necessarily, the WG could meet you at the lift if you time it with her. Some WGs will only be interested in the cost of the hotel and not whether it has keycard access or not, others will check this first with the hotel.

Offline Jimmyredcab

This may be a stupid question but when you go to hotels, do you just go straight up to the room, or do you have to inform reception where you are going? Or does the girl come and meet you x

At Travelodge you can't get access to the rooms without a card.

The last one that I visited the pimp wedged something in the door to stop it from closing.    :hi:

Offline CBPaul

If everyone behaves themselves then it really shouldn't be a problem. Of course the hotel staff know exactly what is going on but providing no complaints are made then they really don't care. The issue of towels never seems to be a major problem, they just nick more from the trolley, as smiths points out.

It's a big if though.
Sergei's group of bored prossies are likely to get themselves noticed, as is Sergei himself as he loiters around on his mobile and that won't be good for non-sex related hotel business. Punters can also be complete idiots. I had waited for some time for a certain prossie to tour her way back to Cambridge, made a booking and half way to the hotel got a text canceling. When I did meet her a week or so later it turned out that earlier that day some twat of a punter had decided the best way to get her room number was to walk up to reception and ask for Tight Sofia. He then created a scene when he was told to sod off and a result she was asked to leave. I don't have any reason to disbelieve the story, in fact I can believe that some punters really are that stupid.

The best hotels for punting don't have card access, parking limits or barriers to the car park which make punters desperate who are desperate for a  shag and who are inclined to moments of idiocy do stupid things that draw attention and raise complaints.

As I just posted on another thread, there seems to be a move from hotels to working flats in the Cambs area and I think certain hotels have experienced a considerable drop in revenue as a result.

Offline smiths

On the point of key card access it often depends on the individual hotel even within a chain if they have keycards or not. For example i have stayed in some Travelodges and Days Inn recently and some had keycards, some not. Always best to ring the actual hotel to check if bothered.

The other thing about some Travelodges is they either have very few free parking spaces on a first come first served basis, or its pay only parking which for 24 hours can add up to £10 or more. I once got caught out on this but fortunately there was free parking next to the hotel, thats obviously not always the case though.

Offline Bristol Helena

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I've worked in hotels a lot and it's not usually a problem if you pick a large, 'business' hotel (Mercures and Novotels are good), with a large reception area and no key cards. And if you give very clear directions to clients, tell them before hand where the lifts are etc so they can just glide through.

I only had an 'almost' problem once. A regular at the time had mentioned about a sex memoir written by another escort from the area and he 'd said he'd give me his copy next time we met. But to be 'helpful' he decided to come back later in the day and drop it in to me at the hotel. He decided to hand the escort book at the reception desk for 'Helena in room 404' (when the obviously that's not the name I'd booked the room under). The manager came to my room to give me the book and have a 'quick word' about 'no funny business' in his hotel.  I think he was too amused-slash-embarrassed to kick me out.

I just stopped seeing clients at that point and treated the rest of the trip as a holiday.

Offline k

On the point of key card access it often depends on the individual hotel even within a chain if they have keycards or not. For example i have stayed in some Travelodges and Days Inn recently and some had keycards, some not. Always best to ring the actual hotel to check if bothered.

The other thing about some Travelodges is they either have very few free parking spaces on a first come first served basis, or its pay only parking which for 24 hours can add up to £10 or more. I once got caught out on this but fortunately there was free parking next to the hotel, thats obviously not always the case though.
In some cases it depends who they acquired the hotel from. 

There's the one nearest Battersea Heliport which has plastic cards with punched holes in them, which are bizarrely attached via a key-ring to a key-tag with the room number on them.

Another one, on the North Circular at Stonebridge Park, which was a Holiday Inn before that, has key-cards to operate the heating - so in the depths of winter if you go out for a meal or something you have to wait for the place to heat up again.  The answer there is to scrounge an extra card "for your wife - when she arrives."

Offline Anadin

At Travelodge you can't get access to the rooms without a card.

The last one that I visited the pimp wedged something in the door to stop it from closing.    :hi:

I had an outcall at a Travelodge last year and the Keycards thankfully only restricted access once you got up to the floor. For some reason though the other guests kept leaving that door open so she managed to come straight up to my room. I'm now wondering if there were pimps around :D

Offline smiths

In some cases it depends who they acquired the hotel from. 

There's the one nearest Battersea Heliport which has plastic cards with punched holes in them, which are bizarrely attached via a key-ring to a key-tag with the room number on them.

Another one, on the North Circular at Stonebridge Park, which was a Holiday Inn before that, has key-cards to operate the heating - so in the depths of winter if you go out for a meal or something you have to wait for the place to heat up again.  The answer there is to scrounge an extra card "for your wife - when she arrives."

Yes that makes sense. :thumbsup:

Offline Aspen

The escort should have put up the sign

Do not disturb

I've used a lot of hotels on business trips and very often the cleaning staff take no notice of those signs, even though I always put them up when I'm in the room. I've had cleaning staff walk in on me in a 5* LA hotel at 9 am without even knocking on the door.
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