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I'm looking to book a hotel room for a two-girl session with a couple of girls I've seen a few times at a parlour; they work splendidly together and I'm looking to maximise the experience.

Rather than just book a standard room, a nice hotel is offering the deluxe suites for a reasonable price, and it is very tempting. However, having spoken to the hotel, they say these suites are on a separate floor, no kids allowed and I'm assuming, with the exception of newlyweds, they don't get used as much as the standard rooms.

My dilemma is this: when these two ladies walk in, and head up the suites floor, it may only take one over-zealous receptionist to see that a single bloke is occupying maybe the only suite for that night to add two and two together...a rather embarrassing situation could ensue.

I'm not being mean to the ladies either, but they're parlour girls and I'm not entirely sure what their attire will be when they arrive; they said it would be more convenient to come see me after their shift in the parlour rather than make the booking on another day, which is what I would have preferred (less chance of tiredness etc).

I've ordered both girls lona luna g-strings and could easily see them in the parlour, but I want to spoil myself (and them) and make a real night of it. Is it a risk or am I worrying about nothing?

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Very unlikely a receptionist would notice ; though somewhat odd that the ladies plan to visit after day in parlour. I did once had lady from an agency ask for directions to room from reception ; and they called me to say my guest had arrived :wub:

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id go for the bog standard room, where things will be less likely to be noticed.

and id ask em to dress in a manner that wont cause heads to turn

been in quite a few hotels, in my case visiting touring ladies, and never had an issue.

have fun.

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How will the receptionist know they are heading to the suites floor, and to your suite specifically?Is there only 1 suite on that floor and no other guests?

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I've never had problems, although I do make a point of booking the room for 2 people - it usually doesn't cost any more and you don't have to name the second person, although you can if you want, and whats wrong with your partner bringing her sister up to meet you?

I agree that receptionists don't really bother, although they are there to watch out for your safety - hotels from the larger chains are best.

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I'm looking to book a hotel room for a two-girl session with a couple of girls I've seen a few times at a parlour; they work splendidly together and I'm looking to maximise the experience.

Rather than just book a standard room, a nice hotel is offering the deluxe suites for a reasonable price, and it is very tempting. However, having spoken to the hotel, they say these suites are on a separate floor, no kids allowed and I'm assuming, with the exception of newlyweds, they don't get used as much as the standard rooms.

My dilemma is this: when these two ladies walk in, and head up the suites floor, it may only take one over-zealous receptionist to see that a single bloke is occupying maybe the only suite for that night to add two and two together...a rather embarrassing situation could ensue.

I'm not being mean to the ladies either, but they're parlour girls and I'm not entirely sure what their attire will be when they arrive; they said it would be more convenient to come see me after their shift in the parlour rather than make the booking on another day, which is what I would have preferred (less chance of tiredness etc).

I've ordered both girls lona luna g-strings and could easily see them in the parlour, but I want to spoil myself (and them) and make a real night of it. Is it a risk or am I worrying about nothing?

Well for a start off do not book with just one name, book in as a couple.

Ask the ladies in question to arrive separately possibly?

Give them very clear precise directions on how to get up to your room, so they can confidently walk in the hotel and go straight up to you with out hanging around looking like spare parts

Receptions care not one jot about who will be visiting guests in the guests bedrooms.

They are far too busy to be thinking about you and your guests.

Your comment about, that as they are parlour girls you do not now what there attire is going to be like, does not read well you know Sir!

If you want a good hotel as you want the surroundings to be nice that is lovely.

A nice place can aid a good meeting, but not always you know.

You want the experience to be a great one, well personally I would not book them for a meeting after they have done a full shift at their place of work.

You can request a meeting before their shift starts maybe?

Have fun what ever.

Lucy :)

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From a personal perspective, i'd just brass it, go down and meet them in reception and take them up to my room one on each arm, something like this;

However, if you are concerned, just follow the above advice. I'm also pretty sure that the girls will dress appropriately. I'd be more concerned about them turning up knackered after a day of work.

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I have been to a few hotels where I have booked a double room and it's only been me turning up on the day, they don't ask why you've got a double or anything,I usually tell them my wife will be arriving later or some other rubbish like that.

As long as you tell the girls exactly where you room is, they can come up seperately or even if together, they can confidently just walk in and go to your room, it's not often reception staff stop to ask people anything.

I'm having sex with a married woman who was very nervous about turning up with me at hotels, we started by booking in together as Mr &Mrs.......... but, now she prefers to just let me go in and book in and then sometime later she just strolls in and comes to my room, she prefers to just stoll in at will as she knows nobody will challenge her.

I have also had escorts visit me in hotels and they have never mentioned having a problem, they are used to visiting men in hotels so probably nothing bothers them, they know the routine -in fact I have been to a certain hotel near Paddington where I had the doorman ask me if I needed "Company", so that's kind of encouraging guests to bring a prostitute to their room!

Anyway, you shouldn't have a problem,enjoy yourself and relax.

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I'm looking to book a hotel room for a two-girl session with a couple of girls I've seen a few times at a parlour; they work splendidly together and I'm looking to maximise the experience.

Rather than just book a standard room, a nice hotel is offering the deluxe suites for a reasonable price, and it is very tempting. However, having spoken to the hotel, they say these suites are on a separate floor, no kids allowed and I'm assuming, with the exception of newlyweds, they don't get used as much as the standard rooms.

My dilemma is this: when these two ladies walk in, and head up the suites floor, it may only take one over-zealous receptionist to see that a single bloke is occupying maybe the only suite for that night to add two and two together...a rather embarrassing situation could ensue.

Hi Mr Bastard, I really wouldn't worry so much about it, hotels are used for naughty liaisons all the time. Wrt the bold bit above, I regularly see guys who are booked into a hotel alone in the suites, often guys do prefer them to standard rooms for having a bit of fun, they have more space, and give more of a decadent feel (or have fantastic patios). The hotel staff would never query why you are booked in alone, it is none of their business as long as you are paying!

With two girls heading in together they could be guests, your nieces, girls you met in a bar the night before, whatever..... it is just because you know the truth of what is going on that it is making you feel paranoid, and how would the receptionist know what floor they were going to unless she climbed into the elevator with them? And even if she suspected they were escorts unless they were causing a massive commotion they would have no reason to say anything to them. As others have said ask them to dress demurely and give them very clear instructions of where the elevators are etc, I always ask this when visiting a new hotel.

Vtr - I am sure I know which hotel in Paddington you are referring to! ;)

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One lady who used hotel rooms for her incalls told me that 4* hotels were better than 5* as 5* tend to keep more of an eye on who is coming and going and can challenge people who look out of place while with 4* you still get a decent hotel but one where they worry less about keeping an eye out for riff-raff.

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I'm looking to book a hotel room for a two-girl session with a couple of girls I've seen a few times at a parlour; they work splendidly together and I'm looking to maximise the experience. Rather than just book a standard room, a nice hotel is offering the deluxe suites for a reasonable price, and it is very tempting. However, having spoken to the hotel, they say these suites are on a separate floor, no kids allowed and I'm assuming, with the exception of newlyweds, they don't get used as much as the standard rooms. My dilemma is this: when these two ladies walk in, and head up the suites floor, it may only take one over-zealous receptionist to see that a single bloke is occupying maybe the only suite for that night to add two and two together...a rather embarrassing situation could ensue. I'm not being mean to the ladies either, but they're parlour girls and I'm not entirely sure what their attire will be when they arrive; they said it would be more convenient to come see me after their shift in the parlour rather than make the booking on another day, which is what I would have preferred (less chance of tiredness etc). I've ordered both girls lona luna g-strings and could easily see them in the parlour, but I want to spoil myself (and them) and make a real night of it. Is it a risk or am I worrying about nothing?

Firstly arrange with these WGs to be discreet and dress discreetly so that sorts that point out. You would be very unlucky to have a problem with hotel staff especially in bigger hotels, the risk is very low in my experience. I hope it goes well.

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nice to read all the above.

to the OP: No Worries.

most hotels are clued in as to what goes on but are waaaay to clever and discrete to ever let on.

they want your business and they actually want you to feel comfortable to come back.

so.. behave, dont offend anyone, make little noise, and .. have no worries.

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Your comment about, that as they are parlour girls you do not now what there attire is going to be like, does not read well you know Sir!

You want the experience to be a great one, well personally I would not book them for a meeting after they have done a full shift at their place of work.

You can request a meeting before their shift starts maybe?

I apologise if my comment about the ladies attire sounded crass in any way, but being honest the ladies, whilst attractive, excellent and enthusiastic service providers, may be not the kind of ladies who would get onto the books of Bella, the high class ageny I use (and I'm using tonight :D)...

Yes, I am wary of having the ladies visit after what could be up a ten-hour shift. I have pointed this out but they both said they prefer a Friday night following their parlour shift as they're in the area and wouldn't need to make a special effort to travel; naturally, I've already said I'll cover all taxi fares but the one lady is from Manchester, the parlour and hotel in Stoke so they seemed rather keen.

I'm considering going for it and booking the executive suite and hopefully having the time of my life. They're great in the parlour but it's a small room with few amenities; if it works out, I may make this a monthly treat!

Cheers for all the assistance and opinion...

ps, hate having to wait for sometimes hours to get a thread or even comment of mine posted...can anyone say why everything I post needs moderating? :huh:

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I apologise if my comment about the ladies attire sounded crass in any way, but being honest the ladies, whilst attractive, excellent and enthusiastic service providers, may be not the kind of ladies who would get onto the books of Bella, the high class ageny I use (and I'm using tonight :D)...

Yes, I am wary of having the ladies visit after what could be up a ten-hour shift. I have pointed this out but they both said they prefer a Friday night following their parlour shift as they're in the area and wouldn't need to make a special effort to travel; naturally, I've already said I'll cover all taxi fares but the one lady is from Manchester, the parlour and hotel in Stoke so they seemed rather keen.

I'm considering going for it and booking the executive suite and hopefully having the time of my life. They're great in the parlour but it's a small room with few amenities; if it works out, I may make this a monthly treat!

Cheers for all the assistance and opinion...

ps, hate having to wait for sometimes hours to get a thread or even comment of mine posted...can anyone say why everything I post needs moderating? :huh:

It's because you need to have done 20 posts before being a full member, so you're nearly there.

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Yep one more post and you are there.

I wondered what that warning thing was as well at first, i thought I had come a cropper at first.

We can see our own, but not other folks.

Lucy :)

Edited by Lucy7

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Just booked the top suite, £79, can't complain. Just hope the ladies now turn up...maybe I should be considering a back-up in case I'm let down...

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Just booked the top suite, £79, can't complain. Just hope the ladies now turn up...maybe I should be considering a back-up in case I'm let down...

Seventy nine squid for a suite?

You jammy bastard :)

Which area is that may I ask please?

Bargain.....

Lucy :)

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Well for a start off do not book with just one name, book in as a couple.

Ask the ladies in question to arrive separately possibly?

Give them very clear precise directions on how to get up to your room, so they can confidently walk in the hotel and go straight up to you with out hanging around looking like spare parts

Receptions care not one jot about who will be visiting guests in the guests bedrooms.

They are far too busy to be thinking about you and your guests.

Your comment about, that as they are parlour girls you do not now what there attire is going to be like, does not read well you know Sir!

If you want a good hotel as you want the surroundings to be nice that is lovely.

A nice place can aid a good meeting, but not always you know.

You want the experience to be a great one, well personally I would not book them for a meeting after they have done a full shift at their place of work.

You can request a meeting before their shift starts maybe?

Have fun what ever.

Lucy :)

Agreed, but my favourite is a nice fur coat (fake, of course) and nothing underneath, well sussies perhaps!

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Seventy nine squid for a suite?

You jammy bastard :)

Which area is that may I ask please?

Bargain.....

Lucy :)

It's in Stoke on Trent...but non-refundable, and I'm looking into a back-up in case I get let down...

edited the name of hotel out, being paranoid now! Although if anyone really wants to know they just have to use laterooms.com and put two and two together...

Edited by Mr Bastard

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Many moons ago I was entertaining a client who wanted some pussy, and we finished up with 2 parlour girls as he would not go out for some reason. I never asked for discretion and when they turned up one was nearly wearing a 9-inch leather mini. Luckily I am unembarrassable, but you are obviously not, so ask them to dress down or conceal the scanties.

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Mr Bastard's dilemma reminds me of the story told me a number of years ago by a civilian girl-friend of mine who worked as Head Housekeeper at a hotel in the City. The hotel had a regular guest who would book a room, but only stay for the day, during which time he would have pre-booked wgs arriving at hourly intervals. The staff all knew what was going on, but no one worried, as the guest caused no problems and provided the hotel with a regular business, which it much needed at that time. The hotel has since been sold and totally refurbished, and is now a much more upmarket establishment, but I guess would still not question the activities of such a guest. So Mr B, stop worrying! Enjoy yourself, and let us know how it goes.

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slightly off topic but how do you book a hotel for just the afternoon or early evening. Do you have to book overnight then make some excuse to check out before spending the night there?

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slightly off topic but how do you book a hotel for just the afternoon or early evening. Do you have to book overnight then make some excuse to check out before spending the night there?

Once you have paid for the room you can leave at any time. They will normally take a copy of your credit card against any mini bar bills etc but if you are abstemious than you won't be charged a bean.

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I understand being able to leave anytime - its just that I would feel I needed to explain why I was leaving early

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I understand being able to leave anytime - its just that I would feel I needed to explain why I was leaving early

I do this quite often. I either just walk out and pop the key card on the reception desk, or if I feel I ought to say something I just say I need to go home! It's no-one's business why I'm leaving and I tend to think that less is more in this sort of situation.

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