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Author Topic: Hotel in Canary Wharf ?  (Read 1208 times)

Offline london

Hi

is anyone knows any hotel in Canary Wharf with no hassle about taking a girl there ?

Thanks in advance ,

Offline Stonecold

Probably the Britannia Hotel. Don't risk Marriott or Four seasons

Offline Sedlmayer

There was an incident about a month ago at the Britannia, where visitors were being stopped at the door and asked for ID. I don't know if this was a one-off.
It's probably best to conduct this sort of enquiry via PM's, as hotel chains do monitor the internet, and openly naming given hotels can be counter-productive and force them to tighten up.

Offline london

Probably the Britannia Hotel. Don't risk Marriott or Four seasons

what is the issue for Don't risk Marriott or Four seasons ?

Offline Stonecold

what is the issue for Don't risk Marriott or Four seasons ?
Lift keycards for lift and security along the floors.

Offline london

Lift keycards for lift and security along the floors.

Thanks , but one Q , get a girl to a hotel is illegal ?


Offline Sedlmayer

Thanks , but one Q , get a girl to a hotel is illegal ?

It's a bit of a grey area - if there is more than one prostitute using the hotel, not necessarily at the same time, technically the hotel could be considered a brothel. However, you're unlikely to get arrested - much more likely to be told to leave by the management.
So, no punt and much embarrassment for yourself and the girl.


Offline Sedlmayer

what about Hilton London Docklands ?
http://www.booking.com/hotel/gb/hilton-london-docklands.en-gb.html

or
http://www.booking.com/hotel/gb/marlin-apartments-canary-south.en-gb.html

By naming them, on a public forum, you've just made it that little bit more likely that they'll tighten up their security  :dash:

Offline london

By naming them, on a public forum, you've just made it that little bit more likely that they'll tighten up their security  :dash:
you right , sorry , I will ask to remove it .

Offline london

It's a bit of a grey area - if there is more than one prostitute using the hotel, not necessarily at the same time, technically the hotel could be considered a brothel. However, you're unlikely to get arrested - much more likely to be told to leave by the management.
So, no punt and much embarrassment for yourself and the girl.

Thanks buy I never been in E14 area ,  I never had any problem even in 5 * hotels , I have been asked to provide ID card for CHK-IN and sometime ask the girl to sign the entry form ,

 :drinks:

It may be an idea just to look for a quick and simply Holiday Inn or Travelodge..

Offline Sedlmayer

It may be an idea just to look for a quick and simply Holiday Inn or Travelodge..

There are plenty of budget hotels in the Canary Wharf/Docklands area that are regularly used by prostitutes and are fine for the purpose.

There are plenty of budget hotels in the Canary Wharf/Docklands area that are regularly used by prostitutes and are fine for the purpose.

Precisely my thoughts - this is what I normally do now as it's not worth the bother of being caught out or icked out of an expensive hotel which may have strict rules / regs on escorting.




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