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What do you do when an escort only offers outcalls but you aren't in a position to accomodate her?

Where in London is the best/easiest place to rent a room for a couple of hours to host an outcall.

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Any travel lodge type hotel will happily accept short notice bookings.

Some may even let rooms by the hour.

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only thing with travel lodge premier inns and ibis and some of the similar new build hotels is that you may have to come down to the reception area and let your escort in to the corridor /lifts

In quite a few of them you have to use your room card to access the hallways and in the ibis even for the lift

if your not sure just ring them and say your travelling with kids and you had problems with your kids when they use the room cards and they keep getting stuck in the lifts and corridors :D

Any travel lodge type hotel will happily accept short notice bookings.

Some may even let rooms by the hour.

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also got this of the web

Innovative London hotel The Hoxton is offering business travellers the chance to use its bedrooms as work rooms for just £19 between the hours of 10am and 4pm on weekdays.

Recognising the fact that many rooms are empty between these hours, the hotel has decided to put together a package allowing day trip visitors to London the ability to use the room's facilities.

The offer includes:

free wifi

one hour of local phone calls

milk, tea and coffee

free TV

use of the bed and bathroom

Note that this offer can only be booked by via the hotel's reservation line on +44 (0)207 550 1000, at least 24 hours prior to arrival

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also the ibis chain often offer day rooms at around £45 but again you have to ring and book direct with the hotel

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also got this of the web

Innovative London hotel The Hoxton is offering business travellers the chance to use its bedrooms as work rooms for just £19 between the hours of 10am and 4pm on weekdays.

Recognising the fact that many rooms are empty between these hours, the hotel has decided to put together a package allowing day trip visitors to London the ability to use the room's facilities.

The offer includes:

free wifi

one hour of local phone calls

milk, tea and coffee

free TV

use of the bed and bathroom

Note that this offer can only be booked by via the hotel's reservation line on +44 (0)207 550 1000, at least 24 hours prior to arrival

Thanks Paris. The stuff about the Hoxton was in the thread I linked to above, but I guess your way was much more helpful :D. I have actually used the Hoxton for it's day rate. It's a great place.

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Thanks Paris. The stuff about the Hoxton was in the thread I linked to above, but I guess your way was much more helpful :D. I have actually used the Hoxton for it's day rate. It's a great place.

Can anywhere beat the Hoxton for price, facilities and ease of getting to is what i would like to know. £19 for what they offer from what i have been told is fantastic.

I sometimes use www.laterooms.com and have got fantastic deals from them, but nothing like the Hoxton.:)

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if your near the airport ie gatwick or heathrow you can get some really good deals

also if you book in advance with travel lodge and the likes you can get rooms fro £29 especially if you go a bit further out of london

at xmas i got the travelodge at gatwick for £21 for the night as a stopover

Can anywhere beat the Hoxton for price, facilities and ease of getting to is what i would like to know. £19 for what they offer from what i have been told is fantastic.

I sometimes use www.laterooms.com and have got fantastic deals from them, but nothing like the Hoxton.:D

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if your near the airport ie gatwick or heathrow you can get some really good deals

also if you book in advance with travel lodge and the likes you can get rooms fro £29 especially if you go a bit further out of london

at xmas i got the travelodge at gatwick for £21 for the night as a stopover

Very good deals, thanks for the information, what about hotels in London itself though, surely if the Hoxton offer this others must also.:D

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Very good deals, thanks for the information, what about hotels in London itself though, surely if the Hoxton offer this others must also.:)

Judging by the number of Do Not Disturb signs posted on the hotel doors in the Hoxton when I used it, they do great business. I found out why the signs were used when, as I was coming out of the shower (before my "date" arrived), a maid walked in to fill the minibar withought knocking. I thought "I didn't book a uniform appointment did I?" :D

Interestingly, the Hoxton does a great line in Do Not Disturb signs, which include "Go Away" and "F**k Off". Good sense of humour they have eh ?

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Judging by the number of Do Not Disturb signs posted on the hotel doors in the Hoxton when I used it, they do great business. I found out why the signs were used when, as I was coming out of the shower (before my "date" arrived), a maid walked in to fill the minibar withought knocking. I thought "I didn't book a uniform appointment did I?" :D

Interestingly, the Hoxton does a great line in Do Not Disturb signs, which include "Go Away" and "F**k Off". Good sense of humour they have eh ?

I bet they do great business so others must offer similar IMO.:)

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Heathrow T4 and Gatwick North terminal both have a Yotel which rent very comfortable but cozy rooms in blocks of 4 hours, ideal for "layovers" between flights.

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Why not try serviced apartments?

They have plenty up my way, so I presume they do down your way too.

Clean, discrete, a modern home from home, even a fridge for some vino (or milk if tea and coffee is your thing)

Lucy.

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also the ibis chain often offer day rooms at around £45 but again you have to ring and book direct with the hotel

Beauty with the Ibis is for an extra £40/50 a year you can become a VIP member which means you can book in at 10am instead of the normal 2pm and don't have to leave the room until 6pm instead of the normal 12 noon, very handy if on tour or looking for a few hours in the afternoon.

I've not been in an Ibis yet where I've had to meet the client in reception (unless I wanted to that is), and I've used them all over the world (collect points as a VIP guest and use them towards free hotel rooms).

Have to say though that their food is s***t.

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What do you do when an escort only offers outcalls but you aren't in a position to accomodate her?

Where in London is the best/easiest place to rent a room for a couple of hours to host an outcall.

Apparantly there are naturist clubs with private rooms. Dont know much though.

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Can anyone confirm re: Hoxton as they don't seem to be responding to my email questions on rooms by the hour:rolleyes:

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