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With apologies to those much more experienced than I, but I have booked my first punt with a girl in a London hotel and all my previous punts have been to private residences / addresses. I wondered if there is anything to be wary of?? In particular walking through the reception desk. I dont really want to be asked what my business is or who I've come to see! Is it usual just to walk straight through and into the lift etc?

 

Has anyone been pulled up by a door man or receptionist and asked to explain their visit? I dont think I would have the confidence to say, yes Im here to shag a young girl in room 281!

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Just act like you belong there - if you know what I mean, act confidently.

If it's a hotel the wg has booked, get info about getting to the room and find out whether key cards etc. are required - in which case she may have to come and meet you.

I've read elsewhere that if having to walk past reception or whatever some people pretend to be using their phones which seems reasonable enough if you're a bit unsure.

I've never been pulled up and asked what I'm up to - highly unlikely unless you start acting suspiciously!

If all else fails - I'd defo avoid using your last sentence ;)

Good luck!

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I enjoy visiting someone in a hotel room. It somehow feels like neutral ground and can give a different dynamic.

I am sure the escort has checked out the hotel - its far more in her interests than yours to ensure it works as a location. But Burty is right just act as though you know what you are doing - if you are worried about looking lost in reception ask her where the lift or stairs are from reception and follow what she says without looking too gormless!

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I have seen a few girls in hotels and they were all at big hotel chains,  Holiday Inn etc  and you just go to the lift or up the stairs if you need the exercise and no questions asked.  Not sure I would want to try it in a small bed and breakfast type establishment!  I certainly think the shag comment would turn a few heads, although If I heard it I would be grinning like a Cheshire cat saying good luck and enjoy yourself!   Unfortunately I said shag the other day and my 11 year old daughter was behind me!  I have told her its a bird which is correct!  Ha Ha!!

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Just walk in carrying a newspaper and nobody will know what you are up to!

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Just walk in carrying a newspaper and nobody will know what you are up to!

newspapers are sooo 1980.

tablets!

 

but seriously; no worries. hotels dont bother guests, visitors etc... 

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With apologies to those much more experienced than I, but I have booked my first punt with a girl in a London hotel and all my previous punts have been to private residences / addresses. I wondered if there is anything to be wary of?? In particular walking through the reception desk. I dont really want to be asked what my business is or who I've come to see! Is it usual just to walk straight through and into the lift etc?

 

Has anyone been pulled up by a door man or receptionist and asked to explain their visit? I dont think I would have the confidence to say, yes Im here to shag a young girl in room 281!

If worried just pretend to be on your mobile is my advice. Just walk straight past reception if thats the hotel lay-out, obviously in some hotels you dont need to walk past it like an Ibis i punt in sometimes, the lifts conveniently are near the entrance/exit.

 

In a medium to large size hotel or chain your unlikely to have a problem, i havent, it was years ago in a B&B that i had a nosy owner asking questions.

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I used to worry about this the first few times but during my last hotel incall I even just went to the bar and sat down for 10min (I was a bit early), didn't even order a drink but just played with my phone and minded my own business - when someone came to ask if I needed anything...it was a simple, "no, thank you" and that was perfectly fine, lol.  Nobody cared.  Got no further questions and after 10min (and a quick call), just went casually upstairs. 

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If worried just pretend to be on your mobile is my advice. 

 

But for God's sake switch it to silent unless you want to be seen talking to a ringing phone, thereby drawing all manner of unwanted attention to yourself  :blink:  

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But for God's sake switch it to silent unless you want to be seen talking to a ringing phone, thereby drawing all manner of unwanted attention to yourself  :blink:  

Yes good tip. ;)

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Is there a law against visiting someone in their hotel room that I am unaware of? To the best of my knowledge, hotels do permit room visitors; well, I certainly don't frequent the sort of hotels that might not. If front desk staff ever did ask me where I was going, I would simply tell them (as in "room 618" or whatever.) With regard to whether some underpaid, 22 year-old receptionist that I've never met knows or thinks I'm off banging a WG, I honestly couldn't care less.

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You can never be too careful. A few years ago, one of my regulars in Manchester was followed by the manager of the hotel.  When he got out of the lift on the floor I was on, he confronted her and asked why she was following him. She thought he was carrying something suspicious in the bag he had.  He offered to show her what was in the bag [sarees and other bits for me]. She apologised and said she was just doing her job. Spooked me though. It put me off doing incalls from hotel for a while. It never happened again, but never say never.

 

Pretending to be on the phone while walking into a hotel screams PUNTER!!!

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You can never be too careful. A few years ago, one of my regulars in Manchester was followed by the manager of the hotel.  When he got out of the lift on the floor I was on, he confronted her and asked why she was following him. She thought he was carrying something suspicious in the bag he had.  He offered to show her what was in the bag [sarees and other bits for me]. She apologised and said she was just doing her job. Spooked me though. It put me off doing incalls from hotel for a while. It never happened again, but never say never.

 

Pretending to be on the phone while walking into a hotel screams PUNTER!!!

It is a bit obvious isn't it?!

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No matter how clever we think we are (me included), they've probably seen it all before - maybe have a daily competition, ''spot the punter'', extra points if he's on the fone?

 

Any hotel staff out there wiliing to share, please?

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Pretending to be on the phone while walking into a hotel screams PUNTER!!!

 

So anyone who follows all this advice about how to enter a hotel discreetly is doomed, really. The punter is clearly the one on the phone, with a newspaper tucked under his arm while he glances at his tablet, following a casual drink at the bar, before he heads confidently for the lift without making eye contact with reception staff.  :ph34r:

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You can never be too careful. A few years ago, one of my regulars in Manchester was followed by the manager of the hotel.  When he got out of the lift on the floor I was on, he confronted her and asked why she was following him. She thought he was carrying something suspicious in the bag he had.  He offered to show her what was in the bag [sarees and other bits for me]. She apologised and said she was just doing her job. Spooked me though. It put me off doing incalls from hotel for a while. It never happened again, but never say never.

 

Pretending to be on the phone while walking into a hotel screams PUNTER!!!

 

Thanks jas. you have just demolished my cunning wheeze to make myself inconspicuous. :(

have to think of a plan B now.

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So anyone who follows all this advice about how to enter a hotel discreetly is doomed, really. The punter is clearly the one on the phone, with a newspaper tucked under his arm while he glances at his tablet, following a casual drink at the bar, before he heads confidently for the lift without making eye contact with reception staff.  :ph34r:

 

Think the key is to remember 99.9% of staff know what goes on in hotels, its part of the revenue stream, and actually dont give a flying fuck.

i saw a girl and she had the room opposite the linen store.  The EE maids clearly thought it was funny.  Mebbe I should have asked them to join in.

They prob got a good tip for extra towels etc.

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So anyone who follows all this advice about how to enter a hotel discreetly is doomed, really. The punter is clearly the one on the phone, with a newspaper tucked under his arm while he glances at his tablet, following a casual drink at the bar, before he heads confidently for the lift without making eye contact with reception staff.  :ph34r:

Certainly not, its never caused me any problems and i have punted in many hotels over the years since i had a mobile phone.

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Yes, let's get this back into perspective, do not worry about visiting girls in a hotel, it's fun!!!!!

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No matter how clever we think we are (me included), they've probably seen it all before - maybe have a daily competition, ''spot the punter'', extra points if he's on the fone?

 

Any hotel staff out there wiliing to share, please?

lol.. indeed.

staff are Very Clued in, and dont mind.

 

one regular on a regional forum once... he was actually the receptionist of a local serviced-apartmnt rental business...

I found out by coincidence, he had never let on.

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Thanks jas. you have just demolished my cunning wheeze to make myself inconspicuous. :(

have to think of a plan B now.

plan b: smile discreetly at reception (but not too obvious plse)

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In any decent sized hotel the reception staff won't notice an individual anyway unless he is doing something weird. WIth hundreds of guests as well as people coming in for meetings/conferences to the restaurant/bar/leisure facilities they won't have a clue why you're there. 

 

I have been a hotel receptionist and the idea a chap might be a punter would never have crossed my mind and I don't remember it ever being something that anyone mentioned. Don't worry at all, just get yourself to the room. Even if someone asks if you're OK, just happily say Yes thank you and carry on! 

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have done quite a few hotel visits and all have been great, hotels have been travel lodge type up to very high class. never a problem in any, if you are not sure where the lifts are a quick call to the lady working inside always does the trick , only slight downside parking can be  expensive at airport hotels . 

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The hotel I've used in London has a key card lift. Never been a problem, the receptionist at the agency just calls to let me know the lady is downstairs and she is by the lift waiting.

 

only once did the reception forget to call and when I called her she said the lady was waiting downstairs.

went down and she was having a coffee, and got one or two looks because said lady was smoking hot and a few inches taller than me. :)

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