MrPunt

Hotel Discreetness

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Hi everyone

I have noticed that many hotels now use key cards to access lifts.

I am curious to know how WG's / Punters over come this problem without sacrificing the level of discreetness you desperately require in this crucial moment. Some of the hotels now require guests to sign in and out and this could be a drag when the staff can easily look up the room number and realise that a beautiful women is staying there... doesn't take Einstein to work out what's going on, especially after the third punter has turned on seeing the same person in the same room.

Finally what are the best excuses you can use when you are stopped or question about why you are here?, where are you going? what room number are you looking for?

Look forward to everyone's reply!

Regards

MrPunt

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If challenged I would say that I have come for an interview with Mr xxxxx in room YY

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As a punter, I have stayed in one hotel (non-chain central London) where I had to use a keycard for the lift. In that case, I simply met the girl in the lobby and escorted her up to my room.

I use hotels a LOT for my business and I haven't noticed the same trend you have. Card key lifts are still a rarity in my hotels and as for signing guests in, I've never come across it.

I can see how either systems would be a complete pain for a WG and can only suggest that chains that employ such tactics are avoided.

I did go and see a young polish lady at a Premier Inn (I think) once. That hotel required card keys to get onto the bedroom corridors from the stairwell. The enterprising young lady had simply wedged the corridor door open for the day, so her clients had unrestricted access :) .

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As a punter, I have stayed in one hotel (non-chain central London) where I had to use a keycard for the lift. In that case, I simply met the girl in the lobby and escorted her up to my room.

I use hotels a LOT for my business and I haven't noticed the same trend you have. Card key lifts are still a rarity in my hotels and as for signing guests in, I've never come across it.

I can see how either systems would be a complete pain for a WG and can only suggest that chains that employ such tactics are avoided.

I did go and see a young polish lady at a Premier Inn (I think) once. That hotel required card keys to get onto the bedroom corridors from the stairwell. The enterprising young lady had simply wedged the corridor door open for the day, so her clients had unrestricted access :) .

My experience is similar to yours but i normally visit the lady and in most hotels the staff dont even know i am in the building in the first place for me to sign in. This would only perhaps happen if you go to reception to ask what room she is in, which of course shouldnt be necessary as the lady would of already told you on the phone.

This worry about hotels is a recurring theme on here and it seems some punters are concerned about being challenged by hotel staff, in reality its a rare thing to happen and in my experience it has been in one man or woman and their dog type places where being nosy seems to be their favourite hobby. :)

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My experience is similar to yours but i normally visit the lady and in most hotels the staff dont even know i am in the building in the first place for me to sign in. This would only perhaps happen if you go to reception to ask what room she is in, which of course shouldnt be necessary as the lady would of already told you on the phone.

This worry about hotels is a recurring theme on here and it seems some punters are concerned about being challenged by hotel staff, in reality its a rare thing to happen and in my experience it has been in one man or woman and their dog type places where being noisy seems to be their favourite hobby. :)

Surely it's the working girls whose favorite pastime requires some noise :D:P:lol: .

I agree on the hotel front completely smiths. Some guys seem paranoid about them. I have met girls working in hotels on dozens of occasions and have never been even spoken to by the staff. In fact, part of me prefers meets in hotels to those in the lady's own premises.

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Surely it's the working girls whose favorite pastime requires some noise :D:P:lol: .

I agree on the hotel front completely smiths. Some guys seem paranoid about them. I have met girls working in hotels on dozens of occasions and have never been even spoken to by the staff. In fact, part of me prefers meets in hotels to those in the lady's own premises.

I even proof read it. :D I prefer her place but never worry about hotel staff questioning me when i visit a lady in one.

The worst occurence i have read about was a FR where a party provider had been kicked out of a hotel near the beginning of a party by the manager, i think they had been there for a while and the staff had cottoned on, but thats an extreme example of course. :)

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I once had a fling with a married lady executive from the office that I was doing consultancy work at who looked more like a wg than most outcall wgs that I've known. In fact she used to look more like a streetgirl than most streetgirls.

We used to rendezvous at my rather splendid hotel after work and trying to keep things discreet, I used to head off a little while before her. For reasons best known to herself, she always used to go straight to the front desk upon arrival and they used to ring my room to announce that she was on the way up. Always wondered whether they'd put two and two together and got five.

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I've never had any problems and wonder if this is part of the training program for hotel staff - after all, as long as we behave, why should they be concerned? Any hoteliers out there that wish to comment - Basil????????

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I use hotels a lot ranging from very swanky 5 star places to the budget chains. I can't ever recall a guest being asked to sign in. As others have commented, the keycard thing is a bit of a red herring in practice - your WG comes down to collect you and no one seems to bat an eyelid. There must be some hotels where WGs form a significant minority of guests - I remember one punt when the WG told me she had spotted three other WGs staying in the hotel.

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Signing in, or even handing over of their passport (they know the ropes and come prepared), seems to be a practice in places like South Africa, Russia etc, and I'm talking about the big chain hotels. The reception desks really don't seem bothered, they simply call you and and say something like 'Mr Londoner, I have xxxx in reception and she wants to come up to your room and f*ck your brains out for the next hour, is it OK if I send her up' (I made a little bit of that up). The worst part is walking past the desk the next morning, but WTF?

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More and more Premier Inns have the key-card-entry-to-the-room system that can indeed make things a little awkward whether you are visiting a lady or she is visiting you. Plus, there is always the danger that you might run into Lenny bloody Henry and his fucking yellow duck in the corridor...

My trickiest moment was at a medium-sized countryish hotel where it turned out (aaargh!) that I was the only guest for the evening, and my visitor was dropped off by taxi, so I don't think the ever-so-friendly receptionist needed to guess which room she was going to! To her credit, she remained ever-so-friendly, courteous and professional the next morning...

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its simple as an escort you chat to other girls to find out which hotel are ok to work from ie no keycard on the lifts or stairs or corridors

There is several well known hotels in london that are used by lots of working girls due to the fact that its got over 800 rooms very very busy reception also used by the airline crew ect

Ones to avoid generally are premire inns, travel lodge, some ibis and some raddisons, and those that are small and botique type hotels - most hotels that are older buidings and are fairly big ie over 300 rooms are generally ok as they dont tend to be keycarded

those that have spas and gyms and resturants as well tend to be ok along with those that have lots of confrence rooms ect but its best to check

most escorts will know who to ask to suss out which hotels are escort friendly

if i do a week tour somewhere and i want to stay for a week then i tend to split the time between two hotels so 3 nights at one hotel and 3 at another works well

never had to sign in or out

Hi everyone

I have noticed that many hotels now use key cards to access lifts.

I am curious to know how WG's / Punters over come this problem without sacrificing the level of discreetness you desperately require in this crucial moment. Some of the hotels now require guests to sign in and out and this could be a drag when the staff can easily look up the room number and realise that a beautiful women is staying there... doesn't take Einstein to work out what's going on, especially after the third punter has turned on seeing the same person in the same room.

Finally what are the best excuses you can use when you are stopped or question about why you are here?, where are you going? what room number are you looking for?

Look forward to everyone's reply!

Regards

MrPunt

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Guys if your worried about hotel staff stopping you and asking where your going just pretend your on the phone or talk to your escort lady as your entering (The hotel!). Most people are far to polite to interrupt someone on the phone to ask where they are going.

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Ive never had a problem, and ive used a fair few hotels for outcalls.

Whenever i book an hotel, and when im booking in at reception i always state the room is for a couple, that way you get the double bed, and *if* the receptionist asks who are you staying with, just say youre on a date, or its your girlfriend.

After all, there are a lot of "normal" couples who meet up in hotels for the same reason.

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Guys if your worried about hotel staff stopping you and asking where your going just pretend your on the phone or talk to your escort lady as your entering (The hotel!). Most people are far to polite to interrupt someone on the phone to ask where they are going.

That's what I tend to do and I have never been stopped or questioned. Either that or pretend to text as you walk past reception and you will never be bothered.

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Why would you be questioned in a hotel though? Unless you were acting suspiciously, ie wearing dark sun glasses and a long trench coat sliding up against the wall :D

It would be highly unprofessional for a staff member to approach you and question you and could very easily land them the sack.

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I think I've only ever come across one hotel when a key card was required for the lift, and as for signing in and out, you must be joking? Hotels are there to make money, most staff don't give a damn what you are doing there as long as it doesn't include being a nuisance and damaging property. A lot of blokes on here are so paranoid it's ridiculous, unless you are a 'celebrity', the press doesn't really give a shit most of the time. This is from someone who was caught out by his, (now ex), wife after being stupid.

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Great replys!

Bristol Ebony Escort I thank you very much for that piece of information!

You are absolutely correct about the premier inn's hotels... every single one I have visited mostly for business need key cards to access the lifts.

I am going to a some what discreet hotel of the hotel ibis chain in about 2 hours from now... I hope these hotels don't have key cards for hotel lifts, either way, the lady i am going to see has done her research and should tell me what to do and which direction I should be going when I enter the hotel.

As backup I am wearing my executive long coat and I will be clutching my a4 memo pad... so it shows that I am on business.

If I am stopped I will just say I am dropping off some notes for a work colleague... but I doubt I will be stopped as I will be pretending I am texting someone when I walk pass the reception / lobby area.

Anyone else have any good one liners as a backup in case they get stopped?

Thanks again

MrPunt

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Ive never had a problem, and ive used a fair few hotels for outcalls.

Whenever i book an hotel, and when im booking in at reception i always state the room is for a couple, that way you get the double bed, and *if* the receptionist asks who are you staying with, just say youre on a date, or its your girlfriend.

After all, there are a lot of "normal" couples who meet up in hotels for the same reason.

I always book a double room, or if visiting a hotel, ask the guy beforehand for the layout and walk purposefully.

I always dress discreetly/professionally so do not attract attention. Quite unlike Belle de Jour - did you see yesterday's episode? Walking in to a hotel in leather hotpants and killer heels with a trowel load of make-up. Makes me laugh.

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I always book a double room, or if visiting a hotel, ask the guy beforehand for the layout and walk purposefully.

I always dress discreetly/professionally so do not attract attention. Quite unlike Belle de Jour - did you see yesterday's episode? Walking in to a hotel in leather hotpants and killer heels with a trowel load of make-up. Makes me laugh.

Yeh and she is always travelling about in taxis with no bags! When she goes on an overnight where does she put her toothbrush???

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Yeh and she is always travelling about in taxis with no bags! When she goes on an overnight where does she put her toothbrush???

Well if it's an electric one it could double as a toy :-)

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Most of the hotels I stay in have key cards. Most are abroad so it may be that normal keys are a curious relic in British hotels. Almost all of the stories about WGs I've heard other than on this forum have come from those working in hotels, so you'll never get me having an outcall to a hotel. Parlours have many drawbacks though I still choose them instead of hotel or my own somewhat remote house.

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If challenged you could always say you were the lady's religious advisor going to offer solace....

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Most of the hotels I stay in have key cards.

This isn't about entry to the room, it's that some hotels have key entry to the floor or elevators. That makes it a problem for visiting, or being visited by, WGs.

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This isn't about entry to the room, it's that some hotels have key entry to the floor or elevators. That makes it a problem for visiting, or being visited by, WGs.

The hotels I am thinking of need cards to access the lifts too. I remember in Leipzig where not everyone speaks English that the receptionist fetched the hotel manager as he could speak English, specifically to tell me how to use the hotel keycard for the lift.

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