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Author Topic: Hotel visits: Visitor Logs now?  (Read 2664 times)

Offline smiths

I recently went on a punt at the IBIS hotel and while walking through confidently toward the elevator the guys at the reception called me over and asked me if I was a visitor, and if so, I have to sign my name and give them a room number. Anyone else had this type of thing before?

I gave a wrong room number which they checked ( I added 1), and then asked me to confirm the room. I looked at my mobile and gave a right number, as well as noticing on the log a couple of other names for the same room..... :sarcastic:

I didnt put my real name of course but.....I've been to the IBIS ages before and never had to do this.

I sometimes use an IBIS to visit WGs in and the lifts are before the reception desk so the staff unless stood by the lift dont know i am in the building. If i did get stopped i would say similar to you. I hear some other hotels in Stevenage are asking questions, no doubt due to the number of WGs that work out of them.

Offline Andre 3000

I guess so. Theres a Holiday Inn Express, Premier Inn and Novotel all close by so unless they all start doing this, It looks like some of the other hotels will see more WGs booking them instead.

This wouldn't happen to be in Greenwich would it?

Offline softlad

Anyone else had this type of thing before?

Not had it myself yet, but I'm noticeing more and more pro$$ies working from hotels these days.
Probably due to a number of contributing factors, expensive rents, heat from police, neighbours, etc......
Can only be a matter of time before more hotels clamp down, imo.

Offline Andre 3000

London wise as the Olympics are coming up you can bet they'll be trying to do a zero tolerance policy.

I would not be surprised if a few newspapers try to do some 'stings' as well.


Offline mattylondon

Not had it myself yet, but I'm noticeing more and more pro$$ies working from hotels these days.
Probably due to a number of contributing factors, expensive rents, heat from police, neighbours, etc......
Can only be a matter of time before more hotels clamp down, imo.
My guess is that it's the rents too. It makes more economic sense for a girl to book a room a month or so in advance to obtain the cheapest rate. To pay rent for a whole place is going to cost a lot more than it is to 'squeeze' your hotel bookings into a few days. Add onto that those who tour and it makes financial sense. There's also the bonus that you don't have to tidy the place up! :D And trust me, I've visited a couple of houses where I've wiped my feet going out! But perhaps that's just the quality girls I choose!? :lol:

Mind you, I think in the long term, hotels are only going to work for the better looking girls who have more to offer, judging by who does it in my area.
« Last Edit: February 20, 2012, 08:54:06 PM by mattylondon »


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