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Travelodge, A Good Place To Work From?

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A WG friend mentioned to me that she wanted to take a room in a Travelodge for a day or two. I was wondering whether it was a good place for access to rooms etc. It will be one of the larger ones in a large town, I do not want to be specific.

 

Is it an often used group or can it be bettered by Premier Inn or whatever. Also, what is the best plan to get to the room, being met in reception, phone when in the car park, all advice will be passed on to the WG.

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Tim

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We agreed some time ago not to name check hotels in case the management get alarmed and start to make life difficult for the SP's who choose to work there.

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Travelodge is a big mismash of old and knew.  Some use keycards, some use old fashion keys, some by pass the reception via the lift and others take you right past and then need you to use a key card just to enter the hall to the rooms.  The only way of knowing if this one is suitable is to go there in advance and take a look around.

 

I have used some with no problems at all and others have been no good at all.  Also, some of the hotels are falling apart and a disgrace, while others are more than adequate.

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I understand the OP's concern about visiting a hotel in these circumstances.

 

I thought I would never do this but then the first time it came up it was at a busy city centre hotel and reception was always busy enough for someone walking through to go unnoticed (as far as I know).

 

I have been to three more now and twice the room was in a separate section that didn't require braving passing the recpetion desk.

 

last Sunday, however, in a small hotel, it involved walking by the desk to a little section of the hotel and can only imagine it wouldn't have taken long for the guy to twig there was a stream of men strolling by through the same corridor door and coming out 30 or 60 minutes later. So I was grateful I was the first of those...

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I've stayed in a lot of Travelodges, mainly because they can be ridiculously cheap if booked in advance. I have visited escorts and once had an overnight there.

 

Kate sums them up perfectly.

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Cheap and they are not bothered, but I would not use one for overnights that I initiate as they are special

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Cheap and they are not bothered, but I would not use one for overnights that I initiate as they are special

 

I have heard many stories of ladies being asked to leave Travelodge and Premier Inn.  Each hotel is different and discretion is VERY important!

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This might be of use to you too, 'day use-hotels dot com' or 'between 9 and 5 dot com'.

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I have heard many stories of ladies being asked to leave Travelodge and Premier Inn.  Each hotel is different and discretion is VERY important!

 

I marvel at the fact that these places have the gall to ask anyone to leave who might bring a glimmer of joy to their otherwise dismal surroundings. I stayed in a Travelodge/Premier Inn near Gatwick a while ago in order to be handy for an early morning check in. I was kept awake nearly all night by idiots clumping around, shouting and banging the fire doors. They were not Wgs but some random cretins who had become over excited at the thought of being on an aeroplane in the morning. Having seen the above I think I shall plan a tour of these dreary flophouses, taking with me at least 3 escorts. When challenged I shall say that we are members of the cult of Zipless and all married to each other. Then we will spend the whole night filling the air with the sounds of lust, real or simulated.

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Have met an escort at Travelodge a few times and quite like the the whole meet at a hotel for sex thing. With regard to access the lady agreed to leave a door card in a hidden but easy to find place in the car park and on another she came down to the foyer and met me. If arriving late in the evening the normally open main entrance doors can sometimes be locked and a card or reception member need to activate them. 

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I marvel at the fact that these places have the gall to ask anyone to leave who might bring a glimmer of joy to their otherwise dismal surroundings. I stayed in a Travelodge/Premier Inn near Gatwick a while ago in order to be handy for an early morning check in. I was kept awake nearly all night by idiots clumping around, shouting and banging the fire doors. They were not Wgs but some random cretins who had become over excited at the thought of being on an aeroplane in the morning. Having seen the above I think I shall plan a tour of these dreary flophouses, taking with me at least 3 escorts. When challenged I shall say that we are members of the cult of Zipless and all married to each other. Then we will spend the whole night filling the air with the sounds of lust, real or simulated.

All this from a man(?) who claims to own his own slice of paradise opposite my island hideaway. It doesn't sound like he really lives the high life.

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I've used a Travelodge a couple of times, perhaps I have been lucky but found them clean and adequate for my needs.

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All this from a man(?) who claims to own his own slice of paradise opposite my island hideaway. It doesn't sound like he really lives the high life.

 

:D :D :D

 

Like many very rich people I believe in thrift when appropriate.

 

It must be obvious that the Tour of the Cult of Zipless is a wheeze to annoy the humourless and sanctimonious puritans who run these places, a wheeze which calls for some sacrifice to be made in the matter of my personal comfort. :D :D :D

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We agreed some time ago not to name check hotels in case the management get alarmed and start to make life difficult for the SP's who choose to work there.

Ah, Was not aware of that. Mods, please feel free to remove this topic if necessary. I was non specific about location assuming it would be adequately vague but still useful. I have received PMs which were helpful too. Thanks

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Used them 3-4 times over the last couple of years, without problems. As I added to a previous thread on this topic, depending on the layout and whether card needed to access lifts / stairs, I have met the lady in reception / bar or on the car park and gone up together. Provided you suss out first ( which is a punter's golden rule) Travelodge are good venues.

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Ah, Was not aware of that. Mods, please feel free to remove this topic if necessary. I was non specific about location assuming it would be adequately vague but still useful. I have received PMs which were helpful too. Thanks

I guess this is fine so long as we don't get into the realm of mentioning specific hotels. I have used Travel Lodges a few times and they do "what it says on the tin".

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I guess this is fine so long as we don't get into the realm of mentioning specific hotels. I have used Travel Lodges a few times and they do "what it says on the tin".

Yes, that was my thoughts... As there are so many Travelodges it is ok as long as nowhere specific is listed :)

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I had an outcall to a Travel Lodge once. To get past the reception area into the rest of the hotel you had to swipe your key. I left instructions that I would come down and let her in if she wanted. She seemed to encounter no problems, though, and knocked on my door at the exact time.

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Premier Inns and Travelodges are by far the WORST hotel discretion wise for a WG to work from.

 

Many have small receptions with very nosey receptionists and with Travelodges being the biggest offender of keycards it is often impossible to get out of reception even into the bar section without a keycard, so having clients visiting is a definite no no.

 

I would advise your friend to give TL and PI a very wide berth for as kiss kate says they regularly ask WGs to leave their premises and then they are black listed from all their hotels.

 

Guys usually know of these discretionary issues and are loathe to visit any WG who works from these hotels so best to avoid.

 

For personal stays either are ok though.  Not the most plush but usable.

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A thought has just occurred to me. Are the fire doors in Travelodge and Premier Inn alarmed? If not then the client or lady could be let in that way thereby bypassing reception.

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A thought has just occurred to me. Are the fire doors in Travelodge and Premier Inn alarmed? If not then the client or lady could be let in that way thereby bypassing reception.

They definitely are in my area, and I would guess nationally. Also a lot are covered by cctv, so not only would staff be alerted, they would see folk sneaking in. Best using the front entrance IMO.

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This might be of use to you too, 'day use-hotels dot com' or 'between 9 and 5 dot com'.

That's very helpful Miss DM, thanks! :)  x

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A thought has just occurred to me. Are the fire doors in Travelodge and Premier Inn alarmed? If not then the client or lady could be let in that way thereby bypassing reception.

 

 

 

They would probably be linked up to their CCTV service and wouldnt work. :(

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I regularly stay at travelodges working in various locations and don't see much evidence of CCTV, they're not that high tech but I would definitely expect the fire doors to be linked to their alarm system

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