NaughtyNisha

Ladies question about working from hotel?

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Hi my names Nisha and I am new to the forum, I'm starting out as an independent escort and wanted some advice from other working girls. I am thinking about working from hotels.

I want to ask which hotels in London are best to work from?

Really appreciate all the responses :)

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Hello Nisha and welcome.

I tend to use the Ibis a lot. You have to be careful with London hotels because of the key card system so look for one that doesn't have that and also has a large busy reception, also a lot depends on where in London your wanting to work.

A lot of girls book serviced apartments instead of hotels.

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I will PM you with a list. What areas?

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Hi Nisha and welcome.

It really depends on the areas you want to target and also you are best to pick big hotels, with out security keycard for the lifts as the comings and goings wont be noticed. :confused:

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Hi Nisha,

Medium or large chain hotels are best. Which area are you looking at?

PM me and i can give you the names of ones I used a lot.

x

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Thanks for all the feedback ladies, really appreciate all the advice. Will pm if i need further information.

:confused::):):)

xxxxx

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Serviced apartments can be better.

It would be good if more girls were willing to share the info when they use a place, good or bad.

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Serviced apartments can be better.

It would be good if more girls were willing to share the info when they use a place, good or bad.

Although serviced appartments can be better for personal use, as you have more space and a small kitchen and living area, many are not very good for working from. Medium and large hotels have much more trafiic to and from than any serviced appartment I have ever been to, so it is much easier to blend in. I worked from hotels for incalls for 5months (about 4 days per week) and was never once 'caught' or anything said - even though there were ones which I used a lot of this time.

I did get caught smoking once... it was snowing outside though.

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Its a question of personal choice really between apartments and hotels. Apartments have the advantage of more space, somewhere to do your laundry, cook a meal. However, there can sometimes be a nosey concierge (as I found out recently in Glasgow). Hotels offer room service, clean towels every day, busy reception. Downside is less space, not always somewhere to sit and relax. I only ever used serviced apartments once in London and the intercom was broken so had to go down to meet every visitor. Not ideal.

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Its a question of personal choice really between apartments and hotels. Apartments have the advantage of more space, somewhere to do your laundry, cook a meal. However, there can sometimes be a nosey concierge (as I found out recently in Glasgow). Hotels offer room service, clean towels every day, busy reception. Downside is less space, not always somewhere to sit and relax. I only ever used serviced apartments once in London and the intercom was broken so had to go down to meet every visitor. Not ideal.

The intercom didn't work in Edinburgh so I think that is why I was sussed there.

With hotels it is a good idea to ask them to meet you at a different floor unless you can see client from window.

A good way to get fresh towels is to have an accidental flood in bathroom then say you had to dry floor. :cool:

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The intercom didn't work in Edinburgh so I think that is why I was sussed there.

With hotels it is a good idea to ask them to meet you at a different floor unless you can see client from window.

A good way to get fresh towels is to have an accidental flood in bathroom then say you had to dry floor. :cool:

I just ask for fresh towels and have never been refused, no need to make up excuses. I always take some larger towels of my own with me too as a lot of hotels are now using the excuse that they are going green to only offer small towels.

I've also for years worked lots of London hotels and serviced apartments and if being honest don't find one much better than the other, its swings and roundabouts. In some apartments you can walk straight in off the street and you never get to see anyone else. Whereas with a lot of hotels you have the problem with nosey maids and nosey doormen especially with the bigger busier chains.

Also a lot of hotels have this crazy booking in system, which means you can't book in until after two and have to be gone before 11am which means you can lose a full days work if touring. There are a few hotels that allow you to book in at 12noon and leave at 6pm but not many.

In all the years I've been working and out of the hundreds of hotels I've worked, I've only ever been questioned by the hotels themselves twice. The first time the cleaner sussed me out and the management very nicely asked me to make sure I was careful and didn't rub other guests noses in it and the second time was a manager who had seen my website and came asking for a booking.

A lot of hotels know full well what your doing, as long as your discreet and they receive no complaints about you they will turn a blind eye. Getting bookings in and food/bar sales are all thats important to most of them these days.

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Would serviced apartments be better to use in London? Im thinking of working in different areas of London on different days. Would be a great help if someone could pm me the hotels or serviced apartments best to use.

Thanks

xxx :cool:

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Hi my names Nisha and I am new to the forum, I'm starting out as an independent escort and wanted some advice from other working girls. I am thinking about working from hotels.

I want to ask which hotels in London are best to work from?

Really appreciate all the responses :cool:

Check out the SAAFE forum. You will find everything you need to make sure you are safe and happy in your new career. They have good ideas on hotels also.

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Hello Nisha,

I keep missing you xxx

I always make sure I have a good cover story when I rarely use hotels. I also book, check in and pay with a man's card. There are many review sites that you can gather security information from.

good luck xx

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