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Central\east London Hotels

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Hi

 

I am back in London next month and thinking about an outcall at my hotel. Can anyone recommend a decent hotel which has  reasonable rates and a reception where you can get through without being asked too many questions. 

 

Please can you pm me to be discreet. Thank you in advance. 

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Many London hotels are OK if you stay away from the cheap end, where the substitute security doors/locks for actual staff, and you can get some amazing deals for a Saturday or Sunday night sometimes in CW.

 

My smilies etc are back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D  :)  :cool:  ^_^  :wub: Maybe it was that manual one on my last post that did it!

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Hi

 

I am back in London next month and thinking about an outcall at my hotel. Can anyone recommend a decent hotel which has  reasonable rates and a reception where you can get through without being asked too many questions. 

 

Please can you pm me to be discreet. Thank you in advance. 

 

Take a look at www.between9and5.com.  Travelodge hotels generally have entrances (directly to lifts) on the ground floor and their receptions on the first floor but you need to book them at least three weeks ahead to get their real 'deals' (which is all but impossible for me to do).

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Take a look at www.between9and5.com.  Travelodge hotels generally have entrances (directly to lifts) on the ground floor and their receptions on the first floor but you need to book them at least three weeks ahead to get their real 'deals' (which is all but impossible for me to do).

 

Don't want to be too specific here on this chain, but you may find that some of them require cards to access the door to where the rooms are once you get out of the lift.

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Don't want to be too specific here on this chain, but you may find that some of them require cards to access the door to where the rooms are once you get out of the lift.

Since Travelodge has thousands of hotels world-wide, I think we are on pretty safe ground here.  The procedure that works in (common) situations such as you mention is for the punter to check-in first, call/txt the WG with the floor/room number and then meet her at the (locked) floor door leading from the lift, the point being that there is no need to stop off at the first floor and parade past reception and any spectators in the lobby.  I assume CCTV enables the hotel to maintain security and this procedure merely enables the happy couple to avoid embarrassment.

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Since Travelodge has thousands of hotels world-wide, I think we are on pretty safe ground here.  The procedure that works in (common) situations such as you mention is for the punter to check-in first, call/txt the WG with the floor/room number and then meet her at the (locked) floor door leading from the lift, the point being that there is no need to stop off at the first floor and parade past reception and any spectators in the lobby.  I assume CCTV enables the hotel to maintain security and this procedure merely enables the happy couple to avoid embarrassment.

 

That's true, but it depends on what action the hotel decides to take if CCTV shows the same guest (escort) letting in 10 different guys each day, each of which leaves 30 or 60 minutes later with a big smile on his face (hopefully ;) )

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That's true, but it depends on what action the hotel decides to take if CCTV shows the same guest (escort) letting in 10 different guys each day, each of which leaves 30 or 60 minutes later with a big smile on his face (hopefully ;) )

 I am not a 'service provider', I am a 'service seeker' as is OP.  One service received is all I can manage during one o/c hotel room booking. :(

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Not a problem then, is it?

 

I just got over-excited that I got my smilies back I guess! :D

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