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A question about overnights?

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A thought about overnighters occured to me today.

Gentlemen, if you have an overnighter in a hotel do you book a double room for one and then smuggle the lady in?

Or do you book for two? And if so do you give a false name for the lady?

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Avoid so-called 'family hotels' where friendliness is considered a virtue!

Go far large, chain type hotels or Travelodge/Premier Inn type.

Book a double room (make sure it's not a twin!) for two adults.

You will not be required to give a name for the second adult.

Lady walks in and comes to your room - if there is a keycard lock on the lifts/entrance you may have to meet her in the lobby.

So you have booked a room for a lady who is not your wife or girlfriend - happens all the time. Nobody is entitled to ask questions and nobody will.

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I have a "gentleman friend" who I regularly stay with when he is in London. I know for a fact that his double room is only booked for 1, as it is booked through his work. We have never had any problems, and we order room service for 2 and everything.

Sometimes, I meet him in the bar, sometimes in his room, sometimes we enter the hotel together, sometimes not! We haven't had any problems with it so far!

In the morning, we leave the hotel room together, when we get to reception, he goes to the desk to settle the bill, and I carry on walking and meet him again outside.

Unless you booked a girl to stay for a couple of nights, then I wouldn't go to the hassle of booking the room for 2.

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I always book a double room for 2 so the hotel know 2 people are arriving and don't get suspicious. On my last overnighter I waited in the carpark for her to arrive then we walked in together. Didn't have any problems even though she was much younger than me.

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You just book a double room they are not normally interested in the second person ;)

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A thought about overnighters occured to me today.

Gentlemen, if you have an overnighter in a hotel do you book a double room for one and then smuggle the lady in?

Or do you book for two? And if so do you give a false name for the lady?

You normally pay for the room. They don'.t seem bothered about 1 or 2 in the room unless its inclusive of breakfast or evening meal.

Lou4fun

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You normally pay for the room. They don'.t seem bothered about 1 or 2 in the room unless its inclusive of breakfast or evening meal.

Lou4fun

Exactly! You book a double room, sometimes breakfast isn't included and they ask if you want breakfast for two. Not knowing wether the lady in question will stay for breakfast I always say something like " I hope so!" . In any case the restaurant manager of the day will know wether you had one or two breakfasts. And another thing, even when I'm away and don't have a punt lined up, I always book a double room, couldn't sleep in a singlr bed to save my life!

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I always ask the reception if it is acceptable for me to have sex on their bed and most of the time haven't been questioned as to who it will be with. Only once has the receptionist been prompted to point out that i've booked a double for one.

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why do guys book overnights and watch a girl sleep half of it:eek:

and paying £800 as well:eek:

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why do guys book overnights and watch a girl sleep half of it:eek:

and paying £800 as well:eek:

For the pleasure of falling asleep topgether after the fun and waking up together for the next round

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For the pleasure of falling asleep topgether after the fun and waking up together for the next round

Although I dont do overnighters, wouldnt inflict my snoring on any poor girl, if I am away I book a double room for one. Adds to the fun to walk a pretty girl, thirty years younger than you, through reception and past the bar, upto your room!:eek:

Never had anyone query although have heard the odd male comment!:D

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Avoid so-called 'family hotels' where friendliness is considered a virtue!

Go far large, chain type hotels or Travelodge/Premier Inn type.

Book a double room (make sure it's not a twin!) for two adults.

You will not be required to give a name for the second adult.

Lady walks in and comes to your room - if there is a keycard lock on the lifts/entrance you may have to meet her in the lobby.

So you have booked a room for a lady who is not your wife or girlfriend - happens all the time. Nobody is entitled to ask questions and nobody will.

The latest Premier Inns do, in fact, ask for the name of the second person if you book a double for 2. But it doesn't seem to matter what is entered - does it Mrs A?

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I was booked into a hotel by my client for 2 weeks work.

My wife came down on the saturday night and they wouldn't let us in at 2am in the morning saying room was only booked for 1 and they were only insured for 1 person.

WHAT A LOAD OF BOLLOX

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If you book an overnighter, surely you can do it at a hotel that is decent enough to provide Excellent service and in-room breakfast

The Marriotts have excellent lounges for loyal customers, are very visitor-Friendly, and are great to show-off to the visiting Lady.

Niche hotels (very "boutique", but Excellent quality), Jurys, Crowne Plaza and Holiday-Inn are generally good.

The MacDonalds chain: varies, generally good.

Novotel and Mercure: OK.

Thistle: a tad snobby, overpriced, and generally lesser service.

Hilton: hit and miss. not my preference.

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I was booked into a hotel by my client for 2 weeks work.

My wife came down on the saturday night and they wouldn't let us in at 2am in the morning saying room was only booked for 1 and they were only insured for 1 person.

WHAT A LOAD OF BOLLOX

Not really and I am surprised more Hotels do not have a duty of care to have this kind of rule.

Imagine a fire, everyone goes out to the assembly point and they do a headcount based on the number of guests they expect to have staying with them. As it is spot on they do not know to tell rescuers that there is a disabled person (who would have difficulty getting out quickly for example) slowly suffocating in one of the rooms as a 'guest' has unknowingly taken their place in the headcount. Hotel could get sued for not taking propert precautions and possibly the management prosecuted for corporate manslaughter.

Pretty unlikely but I always book for 2 people and in the event of something like this I would inform someone if there was only myself in my room.

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It depends where you are staying. But when in London I always book a double room, single occupancy, in a 5* hotel via 'last minute.com' (excellent deals). Invariably I arrange for a WG to visit me. I then arrange to meet the girl outside the hotel and 'escort' her in. But I always discreetly tip the doorman a 'tenner' when I go out to meet the girl, and inform him that I will have company for an hour or two. I've never had any problems, and it seems to ensure that the girl's treated courteously when she leaves.

I believe that they know full well what goes on and they'd rather you were 'up front' about it. Particularly when it comes to who's in what rooms in the event of evacuation of the hotel.

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Not really and I am surprised more Hotels do not have a duty of care to have this kind of rule.

Imagine a fire, everyone goes out to the assembly point and they do a headcount based on the number of guests they expect to have staying with them. As it is spot on they do not know to tell rescuers that there is a disabled person (who would have difficulty getting out quickly for example) slowly suffocating in one of the rooms as a 'guest' has unknowingly taken their place in the headcount. Hotel could get sued for not taking propert precautions and possibly the management prosecuted for corporate manslaughter.

Pretty unlikely but I always book for 2 people and in the event of something like this I would inform someone if there was only myself in my room.

Quite a good point and I hadn't thought about, surely though in the case of his wife as the hotel were in the position of letting them in or not they would have known they had an extra body so I do they they were being unreasonable. anyway as it's often been said, you do book the room and it costs the same whether it's a single or double.

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why do guys book overnights and watch a girl sleep half of it and paying £800 as well
For the pleasure of falling asleep topgether after the fun and waking up together for the next round

and for the 4th and 5th round before and after breakfast if its rearly passonite.

Depends if the lady has multi climaxes.;):D

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Nobody cares unless there is obvious, blatant vice going on.

I've had girlfriend frequently come and visit me when I have been in London on business. Who's to say they weren't prostitutes and how much business would a hotel lose if they stopped guests coming to the room just in case.

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Not really and I am surprised more Hotels do not have a duty of care to have this kind of rule.

Imagine a fire, everyone goes out to the assembly point and they do a headcount based on the number of guests they expect to have staying with them. .

So how does the establishment account for non-resident guests using the bar or restaurant walked in off the street, should it become necessary to evacuate? It cant.

By law it has public liability insurance which would cover resident and non-resident guests provided upper numbers were not breached. How does a cinema or theatre account for guests. It doesn't -again, it has upper limits.

I always book a double room for one, so the situation as to the second guest does not occur.

As for the guy whose wife was refused access, this needs taking up with the duty manager and escalting.

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