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Author Topic: Any good hotels for punters in Inverness ?  (Read 565 times)

I stay close to Inverness, so at least transportation there would be cheapest. Generally I'm a sort of incall guy - I like going straight to the source, which is usually discrete. But, if I am to pick an outcall, which hotel would be the best ? I need something like a no tell hotel, used to have punter/escort customers, with no prying eyes. Is there anything like that in Inverness ? No need for 4 star, don't need extra comfy bed and expensive food. So instead of going who knows where, planning flights and coaches, I go straight for outcall and pay her accordingly. As I have some health issues now, it will take probably at least two weeks to prep for this - also need a larger window of nights off - so I'm open to suggestions.

Offline godwulf7

Several hotels in Inverness certainly come to mind.  The Glenmoriston Town House by the riverside is good, because the bulk of the rooms are away from the main reception.  The block of newer rooms about thirty yards from the main building is very discreet and accesible via a four digit code that any guest may enter and then come up to your room.

The Jury's Inn way out the East end of Millburn Road is good, because you come in the front door past reception and can either go straight into the bar on the left or up one of two lifts right in front of you.  I think it changed hands a while back, but I doubt it has changed that much.

The Columba down by the river is also fine, as you can come in the main door and head straight up the stairs to the rooms. 

Lastly, the Royal Highland next to the railway station is a possible because, again, when you come in the front, the doors and stairs to the rooms are right there, and reception is always busy, so nobody will pay that much attention.

I've stayed in all these hotels over the years, most recently the Royal Highland and the Glenmoriston.  If I had a fave, it would be the Glenmoristion though.

Good luck.

 

Mmm, that Glenmoriston sounds interesting. So the guest actually buys the code for one night. Not needed to tell for how many people, right ?

Offline rpg

Mercure. Lifts are the first thing you come to. No card required. Reception in far corner. Perfect.

Offline godwulf7

Mmm, that Glenmoriston sounds interesting. So the guest actually buys the code for one night. Not needed to tell for how many people, right ?

When you book in, they give you the four digit code so you can come and go from the new block as you please.  When you book a WG, just give her the code and let her come straight up to your room.

Offline fed24

The Glen Mhor by the river Ness in the centre would be a good bet, as well as the old hotel building itself they have purchased the entire row of houses and converted them into varying size apartments and even full houses that can be booked.

Once booked in just tell the girl which house she has to go to and she won't even have to get close to reception so nice and discrete! Ironically a number of working girls who tour into Inverness use the Glen Mhor themselves for the same reason. I have had a couple of punts in different Glen Mhor apartments.

http://www.theinvernesshotel.co.uk/?gclid=CKqppLrP2cwCFdIV0wod_d8DGA
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Offline godwulf7

The Glen Mhor by the river Ness in the centre would be a good bet, as well as the old hotel building itself they have purchased the entire row of houses and converted them into varying size apartments and even full houses that can be booked.

Once booked in just tell the girl which house she has to go to and she won't even have to get close to reception so nice and discrete! Ironically a number of working girls who tour into Inverness use the Glen Mhor themselves for the same reason. I have had a couple of punts in different Glen Mhor apartments.

http://www.theinvernesshotel.co.uk/?gclid=CKqppLrP2cwCFdIV0wod_d8DGA


All this is true, of course, but every time I've stayed at the Glen Mhor in the last few years, I've hated the bed, so this is why I didn't recommend it.  Maybe I've just been unlucky......  One time, I also got a room where the door lintel was so low it cracked me in the head a few times.  Irritating in the extreme!  I'm tall, but not THAT tall!

Offline getitupya

Choosing a hotel won't be a problem but finding a decent girl could well be.




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