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Escort Refused Admission By Hotel Yesterday

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A budget chain hotel not far from London Bridge has become more vigilant and an escort was refused admission yesterday, which obviously was embarrassing in the extreme.

I don't know if I should name the hotel, but any escorts or punters who use chain hotels in this location are welcome to PM for details.

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I used hotels around there and I never had any problems.  What you mentioned seems to happen mainly to foreign escorts with poor command of English or exotic looks and 'accent' who might be new to London (and some staff think they are entitled to treat them differently) and yes, some look 'out of place'........

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The young lady is British and therefore speaks perfect English. She is a native Londoner so doesn't look out of place, and was dressed in civvies.

If it was down to something as obvious as you suggest, I wouldn't have posted this.

This particular hotel (branch, not chain) is clamping down.

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Very strange indeed, so maybe you should name the hotel.  Or maybe it is down to a 'moody' receptionist.  I met one once in a City hotel and the experience became hilarious as her English was rather funny but she wanted to show me who is the boss.  Eventually she calmed down after a male receptionist told her she should not behave like that towards customers.

 

Why would you say, your lady was stopped and sent back?  And why didn't she call you to come and pick her up from downstairs as many guys do?

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Plenty of other hotels to choose from in the area. Can't blame them for being suspicious and clamping down it's not exactly positive PR

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What if all the hotels would stop all the women visiting somebody in a hotel and only let men pass?  Ah wait, they are already doing it in hotel bars on Fridays saying 'hotel guests only' as they know the guys will be the ones to have many drinks therefore the big spenders and allowing them to enter certain premises.  It happened to me once and it got me sick.  I reported them to the Manager and got the door people sacked, yet despite his apologies I did not step in that place again.

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I think many hotels wouldn't even know if a woman checking in is a WG or not, must of been something that made them wonder.

Unlikely hotels would stop women passing in general

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Yes but she wasnt checking in, she was visiting a guest. They can't stop a guest taking a friend to their room unless they are breaking the law.

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I am sure they can stop people from entering if they desire to do so and question the purpose of the visit.

Why the punter didn't check this out first and meet her outside etc god only knows.

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Yes but she wasnt checking in, she was visiting a guest. They can't stop a guest taking a friend to their room unless they are breaking the law.

or they have paid for a single instead of a double room

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I don't see how they could stop you as you are not breaking the law.  If she had drugs on her or a gun or a knife fair enough but if you have hired a room and  you want a girlfriend/ boy friend/ wife/lover/escort or just a friend to visit its not their business.  As long as they are not damaging anything or making a nuisance of themselves.  Seems strange that one?

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Perhaps I have expressed myself badly, but you are all assuming that it was I who had hired the room. Not so - the lady had booked the room, as she has done several times in the past, and was not allowed to occupy it. I was coming along later to visit her. In the end we went to another hotel nearby.

I can only assume that, when she has occupied a room previously, it has been noticed that she has had rather a lot of male guests and perhaps someone has been indiscreet. The hotel is clamping down and this time refused to let her have a room.

 

If I name the hotel, I name the chain to which it belongs, and I don't think this is a good idea, because it may encourage others in the chain to do the same.

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I am sure they can stop people from entering if they desire to do so and question the purpose of the visit.

Why the punter didn't check this out first and meet her outside etc god only knows.

 

How would one check exactly? By asking the receptionist if they are in the habit of questioning single women as to whether they are prostitutes?

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or they have paid for a single instead of a double room

 

If a woman walks into a hotel and makes to get into the lift without speaking to reception, they won't know which room she's visiting, will they?

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How would one check exactly? By asking the receptionist if they are in the habit of questioning single women as to whether they are prostitutes?

Maybe when she booked in she asked where the condom machine was located and did reception have any change! :)

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Or was it simply that your appearance at the check in desk, in only a towel, slightly damp from a shower, sporting a growing stiffy, and holding a wad of dosh; was perhaps a tad obvious?

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Plenty of other hotels to choose from in the area. Can't blame them for being suspicious and clamping down it's not exactly positive PR

 

I don't think anyone was being blamed. Just sharing potentially useful information.

 

NB we've had to remove a couple of posts on this thread because they named specific hotels regarding their policies. Please don't do this, as it has potential to backfire and just make things worse.

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Or was it simply that your appearance at the check in desk, in only a towel, slightly damp from a shower, sporting a growing stiffy, and holding a wad of dosh; was perhaps a tad obvious?

 

It's never a good look.

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I think mentioning the hotel was part of a chain narrowed it down somewhat

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I think mentioning the hotel was part of a chain narrowed it down somewhat

 

Not enough for Web Crawler software, which is most likely how a corporate would get to know.

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I think mentioning the hotel was part of a chain narrowed it down somewhat

 

How?

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or they have paid for a single instead of a double room

I cannot remember the last time I saw a single bed in a hotel bed room.I think they are all doubles nowadays.

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She must have made her reasons for staying in the hotel previously blindingly obvious to get sussed out or someone has told the hotel. Who knows what might have happened, but it's a good reminder for women to be discreet and to maybe rotate the hotels they use in the same town/city. 

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Knowing how stupid some guys can be it wouldn't surprise to hear a punter went in asked the receptionist "Which room is the WG in, love??" :lol:

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Knowing how stupid some guys can be it wouldn't surprise to hear a punter went in asked the receptionist "Which room is the WG in, love??" :lol:

So true! I remember giving one client perfectly good instructions how to get to my room, and despite the lifts being very easy to locate and the reception was always busy and easy to bypass, and he still went and told reception he was here to see Jasmine in room ... and asked them to call the room!!! When he came up I took a cancellation fee and told him to do one and that he'd put my anonymity at risk and quite obviously alerted the hotel to my reason for being there. What a twit!

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