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Author Topic: When do you get the room number?  (Read 4733 times)

Sorry, I've been reading Saafe again!!

They are discussing working in hotels and the advise seems to be "don't give the punter the room number until he is on your floor"

Is this normal?

I have only been to a couple of hotels and been given room number when I phoned from the car park. To be honest, if the pro$$ie refused to give me the room number until I was on her floor, I doubt I would get out of my car. No way would I want to be looking lost in a corridor waiting for her to answer her phone  :thumbsdown:


Offline Matium

Saafe gets dafter by the hour.

Offline Jimmyredcab

Saafe gets dafter by the hour.
+1

What happens if security stop you and ask what room you are looking for. ???

You should be given the number BEFORE you enter the hotel, if she refused I would tell her to forget it.

Offline AnthG


What happens if security stop you and ask what room you are looking for. ???

You should be given the number BEFORE you enter the hotel, if she refused I would tell her to forget it.
Strongest agreement ever to this. The guy should get the number from the car park. The girl can very easy look through the window of her room to see you are alone and ok looking. When I booked IP she looked through the window to see me in the car park.

If you enter a hotel wandering about and security stops you, and you don't know the name, or the room number of the person you are going to see. Very likely they will phone the police. Most certainly they will kick you out and not let you back in, room number or not. - If you then tried to get in saying I am going to see Tanya in room number 30 they would think how do you know this now and kick you out thinking you are lying.

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Those fat old cunts on Saafe probably don't prossy anymore so couldn't give a fuck about punters or doubtless even proper prossies.   :mad:

Offline AnthG

They are discussing working in hotels and the advise seems to be "don't give the punter the room number until he is on your floor
Thinking of this further. Doesn't the guy need to buzz her room from the intercom to get her to actually open the main door into the buildng?

The only other type are where there is a main reception you need to walk past and for that, I would say not only do you need the room number but you'd need the actual name of the girl.

I doubt the receptionist would accept you if you said I am here to see Miss Stacey Vixen. When the room is booked under Claire Jones etc.

Offline Jimmyredcab

Thinking of this further. Doesn't the guy need to buzz her room from the intercom to get her to actually open the main door into the buildng?


All hotels are different, during the daytime you would be able to walk straight past reception in many hotels, with Travelodge you need a cardkey to get through the front door.

Offline Jimmyredcab

Strongest agreement ever to this. The guy should get the number from the car park. The girl can very easy look through the window of her room to see you are alone and ok looking.

AnthG, just out of interest what does an OK looking guy actually look like, I would imagine Steve Wright looked pretty normal.  :unknown:

Offline AnthG

AnthG, just out of interest what does an OK looking guy actually look like, I would imagine Steve Wright looked pretty normal.  :unknown:
When you see violent chavs on the street; you know they are from quite a distance.

Personally speaking those are what I am presuming the girls mean.

But then again they probably think they are the attractive ones, and its the shy guys they'd avoid.

As an example, how about these three. I doubt escorts would let these through the door

« Last Edit: October 30, 2012, 08:15:40 PM by AnthG »

Offline Dani

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Anth most of us dont look at the guy before giving a room number so why would we refuse to see those guys?  Most lads of that age group all look similar anyway and would also probably be smiling so would not look that rough.

We do not have magical powers so we cannot tell who is or is not going to be violent or aggressive just by looking at them.

The looking out of a hotel window is just to check you are there and alone and not giving the room number until you are on the right floor is just bloody ridiculous as it is not for security as an attacker would happily go through this to get what he wants.  These women on saafe really do believe by not giving the room number until you are on the right floor means you are not dangerous as you have followed their procedure as it is soooo obvious (sorry for the sarcasm) you must be a nice guy :dash: :dash: :dash:

Offline ncarter

I have to say I never had this problem and it never occurred to me that you wouldn't be given the room number before you entered the hotel.

I did have it once where I didn't go through a put with a girl at a hotel, but that was because when I tried to ring and text her (English wasn't very good) when I got to the hotel she never bothered to respond. I spent 30 mins. outside (I know I should have walked sooner I was stupid) before I gave up. I did however leave negative feedback on adultwork about her not answering the phone when I got there and got a stinking e-mail from her for it but I would agree with the above and never enter a hotel for a booking without the room number.

The best tip I can give for hotels is just to walk in as if you know where you are going and should be there, few people will challenge you and unless it is a vast hotel, there will be clear signs for the lifts / stairs. A polite smile and morning to the receptionists if you pass their desk and they look at you is usually enough.

Offline Miss A Squires

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The irony is if it were an outcall, they would spit feathers about not getting a room number before they even arrive.


Offline ncarter

Having read Saafe, for outcalls, there are suggestions that clients provide extensive details about their real name, land-line number etc. Whilst the arguments put forward for this information seem reasonable in order to ensure the pro$$ie's safety, it is the main  reason why I do not book outcalls, as I prefer my private life. I respect the fact the lady I see also wishes to keep her private life private so I would never ask personal details either.

To me a punt is seen as a meeting between 2 make believe individuals meeting for sex who happen to occupy the bodies of 2 other people. Sorry am going off topic here, time for my medication :crazy:

The irony is if it were an outcall, they would spit feathers about not getting a room number before they even arrive.

Exactly.

Punters are made to jump through hoops (quite unfairly I might add). Whilst trying to be discrete we are told to loiter, when wanting exact directions so we can turn up ON TIME we are told to go to A then call then go to B then call. There has to be a balance between ensuring the girl is secure but also not completely wasting a clients time with unnecessary or poorly thought out security procedures that don't work in reality.

If you see one guy come out his car, that means very little. He doesn't need an army to rob you. If he is determined to rob you he will rob you.
You can't tell by looking at someone whether they intend to harm you or not.

Rather what these girls should be concentrating on is ensuring their safety should an event like a robbery happen because there is a lot you can do to keep your money safe and more importantly yourself safe. A decent hotel is one of the safest places a WG can work as there are staff and camera's everywhere - foyer, car park, hallways even sometimes the lift. Knowing this, why would you make a potential client run around playing 'hide and seek?' or 'guess the floor'? You then complain that you booked a hotel for the day and no one turned up, I think they should be honest and admit how many appointments they lost just from messing clients around.

I really can't be bothered to help - it's not worth the effort, if they want good advice from a punter perspective they know where they can find it but if they prefer to continue with this blind leading the blind facade then good luck to them. The Saafe website might have useful info for new WG's but the regulars on their forum only help to churn out bad or ill-informed WG's with ridiculously outdated, out of touch advice.


Offline ladyofthemansion

Problem is there are rival ladies who get their pimps to ring lady and say they are there then get room number and then ring reception and tell them there is a lady working in that room. Not always possible to get room facing car park.

Offline AnthG

Problem is there are rival ladies who get their pimps to ring lady and say they are there then get room number and then ring reception and tell them there is a lady working in that room. Not always possible to get room facing car park.
But you stand the exact same level of risk by not giving the room number to a genuine punter and he gets clobbered by security and he admits this is why he doesn't know the room number.

Offline ladyofthemansion

Have never known security to stop anyone.

Offline AnthG

Have never known security to stop anyone.
Its late so I just want to make sure I understand and there is no crossing of wires. You are genuinely justifying refusing to give your room number until the person is on the actual floor of the hotel?

Offline ParisB

i was probably the one of those  who said don't give out the room number until the client is on the floor
my reason being is that  i have known of girls who have given out the room number before the person is on the floor and then they don't turn up
( because they were never there to start with other escorts agencies ect pissed of cos your working in there area  )   you then have the worry that someone now has your room number and will ring up the hotel and get your kicked out (  this happens a lot in ireland )  where i have worked a lot 

In my experience  of working in hotels, i have yet to have had a client get to my floor and then get the number of my room  and not turn up or just walk off having got the number  Never ever happened  not once  in three years of touring   i don't give out the room number until they are on my floor
 
  I always ensure that when the gent rings me from outside the hotel,  I  give very clear and easy direction on where the lifts  are and how to get to them with ease so that they don't have to walk around looking lost and being targeted by reception staff  ect and that when they are on my floor just to call and i will give them my room number
i always explain, apologise when they arrive in my room for my actions of "making them jump through hoops" and they are all understanding of why i do it 
 I want it to be easy for them to get to me i don't want them lost or wandering around and i find that the way that i do it work perfectly for me and for my clients
 Thats not to say that that it  wouldn't work just as well doing it differently and giving them the number when they are in the car park but having known girls being kicked out of hotel when giving out the room number out without being sure that the client is on the floor  then  i prefer to work my way as I'm confident that it works very well without problems

Offline ParisB

I have to say I never had this problem and it never occurred to me that you wouldn't be given the room number before you entered the hotel.

I did have it once where I didn't go through a put with a girl at a hotel, but that was because when I tried to ring and text her (English wasn't very good) when I got to the hotel she never bothered to respond. I spent 30 mins. outside (I know I should have walked sooner I was stupid) before I gave up. I did however leave negative feedback on adultwork about her not answering the phone when I got there and got a stinking e-mail from her for it but I would agree with the above and never enter a hotel for a booking without the room number.

The best tip I can give for hotels is just to walk in as if you know where you are going and should be there, few people will challenge you and unless it is a vast hotel, there will be clear signs for the lifts / stairs. A polite smile and morning to the receptionists if you pass their desk and they look at you is usually enough.

exactly thats why i always ensure that i give excellent direction on where to go when walking through hotel i.e. where the lifts are in relation to the main entrance ect that way the client can just walk in confident that he knows where he is going ect
if english isn't there first language i have pre done texts in my phones that i can text them prior to the appointment of direction of where to go when  arriving at the hotel
I aim to make it as easy for them to get to see me without compromising on my own security and safety

Offline ParisB

Jesus   why would we  not see these guys , that a bit unfair , i don't think that I'm going to be robbed or attacked any more by a chav in a hoodie than i would do a guy in a suit and tie 
Im often in hotels where i cant see the main door /entrance so i have to work a certain way to ensure that I'm not giving out the room to someone who isn't actually there and just wants the room number for whatever reason 
its the same in working flats where you do get address collectors  you just try to minimise problems before they happen - its the best that you can do as far as I'm concerned
I use hotels because i feel safe and secure in them  i wouldn't use apartments when i tour as i would feel to vulnerable
i know of several girls who  have been attacked raped robbed in apartments this year alone in Ireland  but only one girl that i know of personally who had a problem with a client in hotel
You just work the best way that you can and the best way that you feel comfortable
 

When you see violent chavs on the street; you know they are from quite a distance.

Personally speaking those are what I am presuming the girls mean.

But then again they probably think they are the attractive ones, and its the shy guys they'd avoid.

As an example, how about these three. I doubt escorts would let these through the door



Offline ParisB

AnthG, just out of interest what does an OK looking guy actually look like, I would imagine Steve Wright looked pretty normal.  :unknown:

I'm sure he did until he killed all those women  :dash:

Offline AnthG

I always ensure that when the gent rings me from outside the hotel,  I  give very clear and easy direction on where the lifts  are and how to get to them with ease so that they don't have to walk around looking lost and being targeted by reception staff  ect and that when they are on my floor just to call and i will give them my room number
I once made a personal motto that I would never walk on an escort after booking. Many reasons for my doing that. But I am sorry to say you have now found a guaranteed way to make me change that.

I would say I am sorry but am going home if someone did this to me. And you should really make it clear that you do this during booking as this is something a guy would want to know before travelling all the way to your hotel.

A booking to a hotel is one of the most intimidating things for a punter. You will see my post above how I felt we should be given the real name of the escort that was used to book the room with to ensure safety on the punters part.

Not being given even the room number is just insane.

I am sorry to say but there is being security concious, and there is being out and out paranoid. And this is the latter.

There are risks associated with this job. And unfortunately you just need to accept some. And one of them is that a rival escort will pretend to be a punter just to report you to reception when you give out the room number.

Offline ParisB

Thinking of this further. Doesn't the guy need to buzz her room from the intercom to get her to actually open the main door into the buildng?

The only other type are where there is a main reception you need to walk past and for that, I would say not only do you need the room number but you'd need the actual name of the girl.

I doubt the receptionist would accept you if you said I am here to see Miss Stacey Vixen. When the room is booked under Claire Jones etc.

depends on what sort of hotel your in,  i always pick busy hotels with a bar, cafe  restaurant gym ect all open to non residents   so a guy can easily be  going to any of those places with out any worries of being asked by reception where they are going
  For example one hotel that i use in London has the reception on the right but there is a bar / open plan lounge area that clients can walk through to get to the lifts and once they are walking toward that they cant be seen by the reception 
another hotel has a gym that you can enter that way
another hotel has a casino and you can enter that way
my fav hotel in Cork has 4 entrances non of which go near the reception
and 3  hotels  that i use in scotland  york and leeds  the reception is on the second floor so you walk straight in to the lift and to the desired floor

Offline Ali Katt

Last time I had a hotel incall booking, I got the number before I entered the hotel.


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