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Incalls In Hotels

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Hello, I'm considering my first incall in a hotel....a well known budget chain in Kingston to be precise, but am a bit nervous about the logistics of it all?

How does it work with getting past reception? Or do WGs choose hotels where you can go in without seeing anyone?

Any info/hints would be appreciated, the lady looks lovely and as she's a zero feedback I'm happy to go find out if it's not too dodgyy.

Cheers

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Usually the WG would have been recommended the hotel by another girl, or scoped it out for herself to know it's suitability for doing incalls in. Maybe after she has checked in ask her to tell you how to get to the lifts from reception, so you don't walk in the wrong direction and look lost. Some girls won't mind meeting you outside. If the hotel is large and the lifts aren't keycarded then you should be fine :).

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Thanks for the prompt reply :)

I'm half-tempted to go tonight, but my brain is telling me during the day is better than Sunday evening, but I'm quite new to all this so don't really know why I think that.

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Early evening when there are plenty of people arriving and checking in would be better as it keeps reception busy, but in the right kind of hotel it's not a problem.

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I only do incalls, and all my punting is at the WG's hotel in and around the City. Never had a problem. When you call up for the room number she will give directions to the lift (or: turn right/left at reception etc..)

Just relax and enjoy, nothing to worry about.. Unless you knock at the wrong room of course!

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I only do incalls, and all my punting is at the WG's hotel in and around the City. Never had a problem. When you call up for the room number she will give directions to the lift (or: turn right/left at reception etc..)

Just relax and enjoy, nothing to worry about.. Unless you knock at the wrong room of course!

Even then you might get lucky! :D

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I don't know why punting in hotels is such an issue, the point of hotels is to hire out rooms to anonymous people and, except for small B&Bs, hotels have people wandering around. My advice, get the room number and ask the girl if you need a key card for the lift or a door. If you need a key card for the lift either wait until some gets in it and tailgate or ask the girl to meet you, if you need it for a door, a hotel near Euston station has this on the ground floor, then get the girl to open it. I can't see the point of knowing whether the lift is to the right or the left or somewhere else, the location of the lift in a hotel is not a secret and if you can't see the sign just go in the other direction or ask where the lift is.

I travel alot and unless you look like you just climbed out of a skip only in the most expensive hotels does anyone ask if they can help you. If you are confident say no, that will shut them up, if less confident just say you are meeting a colleague in room #02 where # is the floor. You are not Jason Bourne so the staff don't care if you go to floor # and room 32 instead of 2.

The staff are paid very little and unless there are complaints they don't care what you do. If there are complaints then it will be a problem for the escort booking the hotel, in which case they should find a hotel that wants some business.

Sorry for the rant, I had a PM for someone asking me how they should behave in a hotel, its not that difficult!

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Agree with charly9345, that is often the case.

However, I was in Belfast a couple of weeks ago and made an appointment with a touring lady who was using a well known chain hotel in the city centre. An hour or so before the set time, I had a text from her saying she had had "problems" at the hotel, and had moved to another.

I never found out exactly what had gone wrong. The hotel was a budget chain, so I would have thought it would have been OK.

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Definitely go as early as possible!

To Avoid the receptionists paying you any attention

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