Madison

Hotels?

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Hey everyone,

I think I asked this before but didn't get much response. I was just wondering what hotels are good to work from? Say if I wanted to get a room for a day, a few days or even a straight week. I'd prefer something not too small so as to avoid attention, but also not more than £90 or so a night. And obviously in an area convenient to get to.

Any suggestions?

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Hey everyone,

I think I asked this before but didn't get much response. I was just wondering what hotels are good to work from? Say if I wanted to get a room for a day, a few days or even a straight week. I'd prefer something not too small so as to avoid attention, but also not more than £90 or so a night. And obviously in an area convenient to get to.

Any suggestions?

The reason that you don't get many answers is that you do not mention the town/city. I have visited someone at the Tara, High St Ken. She said that she preferred the Millenium, Gloucester Road. Others have said Cumbernault, Marble Arch. Try Laterooms but check that the hotel does not use electronic keys for the lifts etc.

You should be able to find other threads on this with recommendations.

Jack

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As a general rule of thumb.

Look for hotels with at least 80 rooms. If they have a restaurant, bar or even a leisure centre/spa, all the better because there will be plenty of folk milling about and your visitors won't be noticed.

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Can I recommend that you use SAAFE for this question. There is actually a current thread asking exactly the same question posed by me. I had one reply, which basically told me that I won't get any answers as any hotel that thinks it is being used for escorting will clamp down as it is illegal.

I have had a few people contact me privately though with a suggestion or two.

For me it has been very much trial and error as I am still new to the touring thing. I will be keeping a list of which ones are easy to use and which was are more difficult to get past or stay unnoticed with.

The ones with key cards are a pain, but there are ways round that. I'd be happy to message you privately if you would like to know what I have been told and what seems to have worked for me.

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Kate I already pointed madison in the direction of saafe!!! 2 great minds think alike!

As for millenium gloucester, yes nice hotel, but very thin walls/ inadequate soundproofing. You can hear ppl coughing/showering/shagging as you walk down the corridors! So probably best to not use it for escorting!!!

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Kate I already pointed madison in the direction of saafe!!! 2 great minds think alike!

As for millenium gloucester, yes nice hotel, but very thin walls/ inadequate soundproofing. You can hear ppl coughing/showering/shagging as you walk down the corridors! So probably best to not use it for escorting!!!

Ohhh well, the thing with learning the hard way is that you do also learn the quick way. Saafe is deffo the place to go. I just wish I had found it before coming here and when I first started. There should be a link to it from all escort advertising sites for newbies.

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As for millenium gloucester, yes nice hotel, but very thin walls/ inadequate soundproofing. You can hear ppl coughing/showering/shagging as you walk down the corridors! So probably best to not use it for escorting!!!

Millenium Bailey next door is more sound proofed, and good for hooking, plus they're good for checking in early.

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Millenium Bailey next door is more sound proofed, and good for hooking, plus they're good for checking in early.

Interesting! I thought the Bailey was much smaller than the Gloucester?

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Interesting! I thought the Bailey was much smaller than the Gloucester?

Not sure, but then the Gloucester is rather large... they have 100 rooms on some of their floors

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Interesting! I thought the Bailey was much smaller than the Gloucester?

Yes I was surprised by Laura's comment as well although she has indicated in the past that she does not favour the M Gloucester (but I gathered that price was the issue).

The M Bailey is certainly smaller and more intimate than the M Gloucester and I much prefer to use the latter.

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