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Author Topic: Getting past hotel reception  (Read 6674 times)

For my next hotel visit, I bought a sandwich, water and doughnut from Greggs to make it look like I was popping back to my hotel room for lunch. My plan was to give the WG a gift (lunch) and as usual the WG was a bit plumper than her WG photos so trying to force a hundred and thousands doughnut on her was quite comical.

I ended up taking the lunch away with me and giving it to a tramp on the street. It made me feel good, then I remembered I had just biffed a skanky WG in a seedy hotel room....... :unknown:.
You smooth bastard I bet she didn't need any lube as she just got wetter than a swamp!  :rose:

Offline Marmalade

Visiting a prosdie in a hotel: Just think you could be visiting someone on business.
Outcalling a prossie to a hotel: They generally seem to know if they can get past reseption. Especially skanky ones as they'll probably have had experience of being thrown out of places. Skankiest AW fuck I've ever fucked was in a hotel in Derby. Had some fancied-herself bird a few hours before who told me she was an 'accountant' by day.
The only problem with hotels really (in Scotland especially) is if the police tip off the hotel ("not that she's breaking the law but...") and the hotel quietly kicks her out to 'protect their reputation.' Cunts. Tough if you were on your way to see her.

The only problem with hotels really (in Scotland especially) is if the police tip off the hotel ("not that she's breaking the law but...") and the hotel quietly kicks her out to 'protect their reputation.' Cunts. Tough if you were on your way to see her.
With these new internet laws (that certain form members support and don't understand) will be abused by moral crusaders in the police to do this more often.

Offline Urban_G

I was a bit apprehensive when I first visited a wg in a hotel, still am to some degree, but follow the advice here and you should be OK.

I was a bit apprehensive when I first visited a wg in a hotel, still am to some degree, but follow the advice here and you should be OK.

Lots of sage advice here...

Thanks again everyone for your contributions, this has turned into a very interesting thread  :hi:

Offline Owwhatanight

I had a visit to a hotel this week that I use regular when working in the area, told the manager & reception the evening before I was expecting a client for a meeting and could the room be cleaned early.

I was upgraded to a suit at no extra cost, now that's what loyalty does.. The lady in question did dress very smart for the occasion and a very nice time was had.   :drinks:

Offline Sonny Crockett

For me it is about not making yourself too conspicuous and just acting like another guest as you go through reception.
Banning reason: Troll

Offline Bmc88

Never had a problem with hotels,act like you should be there.

If I was a receptionist at a hotel,I couldn't give a damn who walks through the door at all,and never question anyone.

For hotel punts - I like to arrive early, get a cold drink from the bar, find a comfy seat with a decent vantage point and play a game of 'spot the punter'.
Piece of piss.  :hi:

Marmalade's comment about the police tipping off hotels puzzles me. How would the cops even know that a WG was plying her trade in a hotel? The feeling in Scotland at the moment is that the cop couldn't find their arses with both hands.
Besides, even if they did know, why would they care? The Edinburgh cops have their hands full at the moment trying to catch housebreakers.

For hotel punts - I like to arrive early, get a cold drink from the bar, find a comfy seat with a decent vantage point and play a game of 'spot the punter'.
Piece of piss.  :hi:
Bet there are more people having affairs to spot than punters in most short notice rooms in hotels.  Very similar behaviours to so easy to confuse.

Offline rogercock00

For hotel punts - I like to arrive early, get a cold drink from the bar, find a comfy seat with a decent vantage point and play a game of 'spot the punter'.
Piece of piss.  :hi:

Which is why I walk in with a "Guilty Deepthroat Recipient" neon sign over my head everytime I enter reception. If it is not the staff that clock you then it is fellow users on some type of punter reconnaissance mission  :coolgirl:

I might try a different approach - actually go up to reception staff (smart ones) and ask them where the lifts are and tell them that I am about to get deepthroated and will soon deliver a crazy facial. Await their reaction. Get an instant hard-on with their response  :cool:

Offline Turtle1

Just walk in without a care in the world. Who cares what you're up to. The staff are busy doing their own work.

I once entered a small hotel in the Wembley area, we'll know for WG's I was a tad bit nervous and I must of shown it. The receptionist ( female ) gave a weird look as I passed her. 1hr later as I was leaving a staff member ( male ) asks me how it. I just walked fast and felt embarrassed as fuck.

iv since walked into hotels, asked how to locate the room ect. Not bothered about what a stranger thinks. Iv even left small hotels and told the staff that she ( WG ) was fucking amazing.

Its all in the mind. Don't be put off by what others may think, if you act and look like the sort that's embassed and very shy, people will notice. You're not doing anything illegal. If need be ask the WG how to locate the stairs when you enter. That way you can dash strait for the stairs without having to stop and look around.

Offline TheCape

There are two issues with hotels as I see it:
1) Not looking shifty when trying not to look shifty is sometimes very hard!
2) knocking on the door and the WG keeping you waiting for what seems like ages. How long can it take to walk across a room??  And why would you be knocking on a hotel room door? You wouldn't if you were staying there, you'd have a key. Knocking and then hearing voices from people coming your way from along the corridor is when I literally panic.

I much prefer to meet WG's in a private flat/appartment even if it's in a dodgy part of town.

Offline Marmalade

Marmalade's comment about the police tipping off hotels puzzles me. How would the cops even know that a WG was plying her trade in a hotel? The feeling in Scotland at the moment is that the cop couldn't find their arses with both hands.
Besides, even if they did know, why would they care? The Edinburgh cops have their hands full at the moment trying to catch housebreakers.

This has been a major hassle in Scotland, both reported on WG websites and to my knowledge through WGs I've seen. It's not hard: they make a fake booking and don't turn up, except to have a 'friendly word' with the hotel. Lanya, for instance, said she'd had to move several times. In Aberdeen they were pretty nasty to some girls up there about it. The cops don't care (mostly) but they have to do what they're told. The cops certainly don't know what they're doing since the idiot from Glasgow took over. No he's going though perhaps a bit more common sense will prevail.

Offline rogercock00

There are two issues with hotels as I see it:
1) Not looking shifty when trying not to look shifty is sometimes very hard!
2) knocking on the door and the WG keeping you waiting for what seems like ages. How long can it take to walk across a room??  And why would you be knocking on a hotel room door? You wouldn't if you were staying there, you'd have a key. Knocking and then hearing voices from people coming your way from along the corridor is when I literally panic.

I much prefer to meet WG's in a private flat/appartment even if it's in a dodgy part of town.

This  :hi:

Offline Marmalade

given the choice, I prefer to meet in her flat (though not so many prossies offer this now).

Meeting in a hotel room  or her work apartment reminds me that part of the payment is paying for the room. (Then if i ask for an outcall, she wants more of course  :rolleyes:)

Second meeting this month in a hotel, yesterday met a girl in a hotel in Liverpool, got directions to the second floor walked straight through reception, no one bat an eyelid straight into a lift. Job done, definitely more confident now! First time in a Hotel was a bit nerve racking not knowing how to play it!

Offline LL

Only book girls in hotels which have Skylights?


Offline PLeisure

Only book girls in hotels which have Skylights?


Last time I tried that, they forgot to tell me the laser reflective suit was still trialling in beta.
So, naturally, all the alarms tripped.

Was bloody awkward having to explain what I was doing hovering above that WG's suite.
Never again  :thumbsdown:

Offline vsgp3

I had an awkward encounter when visiting a WG in a hotel, was a daytime meet in (I think it was) Stevenage.

As with most hotel meets, I text the girl on arrival and she text back the room number.  I walked into the hotel, confidently I might add, I was dressed in a business suit as was working, didn't make eye contact with staff but as I headed for the lifts the receptionist asked if she could help me, I replied no thank you as was visiting a colleague.  She asked what room I was visiting, I felt I had little choice but to say the actual number.  With that she asked me to wait, and made a quick call.  At that point I assumed she was dialing the room to verify occupant was expecting a guest but no, it was the (or a) manager who came along and told me, rather abruptly that 'that guest' was no longer staying in the hotel!

I made a hasty retreat, feeling rather caught out and concerned whether any thing else would occur - it didn't.

I text the WG to tell her what happened, she replied along the lines oh - oh shit - she contacted me later that day to say she was booked into a different venue but I'd lost my appetite by then and had left the area anyway. 

It wasn't a nice feeling and it put me off hotel visits.  I have done the odd few (hotel visits) since, but vast majority of my punts are to WGs apartments / houses. 
« Last Edit: November 08, 2015, 10:48:47 PM by vsgp3 »

Offline NelsonH

Funny world this.

Run a B&B and refuse admission to homosexuals and you break the law.

Yet you can kick a woman out of hotel because she has gone with a man.

Like many things these days, this makes NO SENSE to me.

Please don't think I have anything against homosexuals.
I don't have anything against anyone.


Funny world this.

Run a B&B and refuse admission to homosexuals and you break the law.

Yet you can kick a woman out of hotel because she has gone with a man.

Like many things these days, this makes NO SENSE to me.

Please don't think I have anything against homosexuals.
I don't have anything against anyone.
Punter, prossies and gingers the only people you can discriminate against without being labelled. 

Punter were here before Mulsims yet they are protected
Prossies were here before Jews yes they are protected
Gingers were here before Sikhs yet they are protected

What we need is a bullshit delusion to be protected from discrimination.

Punter, prossies and gingers the only people you can discriminate against without being labelled. 

Punter were here before Mulsims yet they are protected
Prossies were here before Jews yes they are protected
Gingers were here before Sikhs yet they are protected

What we need is a bullshit delusion to be protected from discrimination.

Well said VW  :thumbsup:

Offline jlike

Had an appointment with a girl one evening at a hotel in Plymouth. Arrived outside and texted her for the room number which she texted back to me. Went into hotel, into lift, up to floor all ok no problem. Got to room and knocked but no answer. Knocked a few times and still no one opened the door. Thought I had been scammed and then got a text from the girl asking where was I. Stupid cow had only texted me the wrong room number, totally wrong floor as well. Thank god nobody was in the room I went to 1st.
Anyway, went to correct room and had a bloody good time.


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