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Visits To Hotels

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I had me first visit to a hotel yesterday. I usually avoid these but didn't realise that the lady was working in a hotel till my lower brain had already committed to going. My upper brain was very uncomfortable with walking across the small lobby and up the stairs without making eye contact with the 2 staff behind the desk.

Does anyone else have the same misgivings?

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the one thing with hotels is that you never know who else will be there... how are u going to explain to the wife why her friends 2nd cousin saw you enter the hotel and go upstairs... there aint many excuses that will get you out of that hole.....

I always prefer to see the ladies at their flats etc as i have a valid excuse for this.

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I had me first visit to a hotel yesterday. I usually avoid these but didn't realise that the lady was working in a hotel till my lower brain had already committed to going. My upper brain was very uncomfortable with walking across the small lobby and up the stairs without making eye contact with the 2 staff behind the desk.

Does anyone else have the same misgivings?

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I had me first visit to a hotel yesterday. I usually avoid these but didn't realise that the lady was working in a hotel till my lower brain had already committed to going. My upper brain was very uncomfortable with walking across the small lobby and up the stairs without making eye contact with the 2 staff behind the desk.

Does anyone else have the same misgivings?

I prefer the ladies own premises but if on tour and i want to see them i dont mind using hotels, preferably the bigger ones where their are often so many people that you get lost in the crowd.

A little Ibis i use is an exception to the rule because you dont have to pass the reception desk to get to the lifts making it very discreet.

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Agreed, don't worry about reception, just pretend you own the place and even smile at them. If you get there early, have a drink in the bar, that helps as well. Some hotels require the keycard to operate the lift though, which can be a problem - hopefully the girl will warn you of this and come down to meet you.

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It's the one place I would have absolutely no excuse for being in. It's not so bad further a field, but local hotels when driving can be a problem.

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the one thing with hotels is that you never know who else will be there... how are u going to explain to the wife why her friends 2nd cousin saw you enter the hotel and go upstairs... there aint many excuses that will get you out of that hole.....

I always prefer to see the ladies at their flats etc as i have a valid excuse for this.

can you let us know the valid excuse for visiting a wg's flat? I might just need it one day.

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the one thing with hotels is that you never know who else will be there... how are u going to explain to the wife why her friends 2nd cousin saw you enter the hotel and go upstairs... there aint many excuses that will get you out of that hole.....

I always prefer to see the ladies at their flats etc as i have a valid excuse for this.

can you let us know the valid excuse for visiting a wg's flat? I might just need it one day.

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I think we all could do with this excuse. BTW there was no bar in which I could have a drink on my way up.

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I wasn't sure at first but after a couple of times of using the same hotel it dosen't bother me.

I visit a travelodge on a regular basis, at the times I arrive and leave there is often noone around.

But the staff are aware of the young lady who uses the hotel and what she does and they seem ok with it. Apparently!

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I used to be somewhat conscious of being watched too, so started to carry a large brown envelope or one of those cheap plastic A4 pockets with a few sheets of blank paper inside, like I was off to a business meeting or had documents to sign.

Now having gained confidence, I dont even bother - just breeze in.

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I prefer the ladies own premises but if on tour and i want to see them i dont mind using hotels, preferably the bigger ones where their are often so many people that you get lost in the crowd.

A little Ibis i use is an exception to the rule because you dont have to pass the reception desk to get to the lifts making it very discreet.

We have a travelodge like that where I live. You go straight from the lift to the floor of the room. If only they didn't use key cards!

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We have a local lady that asks gents to carry a briefcase, or similar, when visiting her in hotel - it all helps.

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We have a local lady that asks gents to carry a briefcase, or similar, when visiting her in hotel - it all helps.

In the spirit of assistance you normally associate with me, I announce a new publication from the megamedia empire. "Recommended Hotels in London". Take your customers back to these bijou gems or if you're a punter book in and see how impressed your £250 an hour escort is:-

http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g186338-d192104-Reviews-Cromwell_Crown-London_England.html

http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g186338-d224393-Reviews-Park_Hotel-London_England.html

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I am not keen on visiting hotels - very impersonal.

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I had me first visit to a hotel yesterday. I usually avoid these but didn't realise that the lady was working in a hotel till my lower brain had already committed to going. My upper brain was very uncomfortable with walking across the small lobby and up the stairs without making eye contact with the 2 staff behind the desk.

Does anyone else have the same misgivings?

I only work out of hotels now and it has been interesting how my client base has shifted slightly. I have lost some of my more shy regulars from when I worked from a flat, as they simply cannot cope with having to go through reception unfortunately and I have gained some more confident regulars who are more used to/prefer hotels. It is a shame, as the staff in most hotels (especially the bigger ones) would not have a clue about who is staying and they certainly would not be standing there ready to pounce on you to ask you questions as this would be highly unprofessional. Though I agree that it is not great if it is a hotel with a small lobby. Personally I always try to aim for the bigger hotel chains with lots of rooms and lots of people or a hotel where the reception is away from the rooms.

In the spirit of assistance you normally associate with me, I announce a new publication from the megamedia empire. "Recommended Hotels in London". Take your customers back to these bijou gems or if you're a punter book in and see how impressed your £250 an hour escort is:-

http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g186338-d192104-Reviews-Cromwell_Crown-London_England.html

http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g186338-d224393-Reviews-Park_Hotel-London_England.html

Crikey, I cannot believe such bad hotels exists! :o

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I prefer to do outcalls to hotels and even incalls in hotels, it just feels safer I cant understand why some guys dont like them. If the hotel is a big one no one has an idea of what is going on and the staff change regularly so they dont have a clue.

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Crikey, I cannot believe such bad hotels exists! :o

I think I've stayed in worse places than this in London... eek!

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As have I - I stayed in a place in london once where the shower came out as just a dribble.

I mentioned it to the girl on reception who replied "of course it doesn't work, you're on the top floor." as if that should be immediately obvious to me!

I can't remember what the rest of the room was like as I was out selling (I hated that part of my job) and basically drank myself to sleep on expenses every night... :P

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Hotels can be tricky on a recent tour the corridor outside my room sounded like picadilly circus with the amount of comings and goings from the rooms which was a pain to deal with, as for those where you have to pass reception I will normaly meet and greet so to say with a hand sake and did you have a pleasant journey whilst smartly dressed - no one batters an eyelid at that as just looks like traveling rep etc as for the ones with key cards for a lift same applys

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Airport hotels are good for such meetings as they are often very busy and no-one gives a rat's arse about who's staying and who's doing what.

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As long as you know where you are going (the girl can text or call with directions to her room) just look confident & stroll past reception. I tend to pretend to be texting / looking at my mobile phone to save eye contact and have never had issue with anyone so far.

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I had me first visit to a hotel yesterday. I usually avoid these but didn't realise that the lady was working in a hotel till my lower brain had already committed to going. My upper brain was very uncomfortable with walking across the small lobby and up the stairs without making eye contact with the 2 staff behind the desk.

Does anyone else have the same misgivings?

I have no difficulty visiting a Wg in a hotel, provided the hotel is a good choice for punting. With some incalls you have no idea what you are letting yourself in for in terms of locus, discretion, other occupants etc. Having said that, if I know the lie of the land, I prefer the intimacy of a good incall apartment.

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I have no difficulty visiting a Wg in a hotel, provided the hotel is a good choice for punting. With some incalls you have no idea what you are letting yourself in for in terms of locus, discretion, other occupants etc. Having said that, if I know the lie of the land, I prefer the intimacy of a good incall apartment.

What he said :D .

I can't see the problem with hotels. They are great places for punts. Anonymous, neutral, safe and usually spotless. What on earth could the problem be ?

Give me an incall at a Holiday Inn (or an Ibis or a Novotel ...) over a dodgy council flat any day. Sure, some incall flats/houses are fantastic, but you never can be sure till you get there. If it's a hotel chain, you usually know what you are in for.

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On the very few occasions that I have toured, I have had clients worried about visiting hotels and do try and chose locations that will be very anonymous. Those who were nervous were simply convinced that EVERYONE would know who they were visiting and why.

What they did find was that EVERYONE is simply getting on with their lives, and isn't looking out for Escorts and their clients. The staff will be busy serving customers, thinking about their lunch break, or what they are going to have for tea with their partner.

Before you were a 'punter' did you stare at every lone female when staying in hotels wondering if she was a WG?stop guys walking through a hotel to ask them if they were clients?Probably not.

I will also add that after checking into some apartments with a manned reception area right at the entrance door I was so frightened that visitors would be stopped, or at least be put off. Do you know what?They had no problems at all, and were not phased in the least. These were guys who had seen me at my place however, and did already know I wouldn't chose anywhere that would be any less than clean, stylish and safe.

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These were guys who had seen me at my place however, and did already know I wouldn't chose anywhere that would be any less than clean, stylish and safe.

And easily confused by me with another hotel in a diferent bit of Manchester centre ;)

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One question that I have about using hotels, how do you ensure that there are enough towels in the room for clients to use etc?

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