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Escort Friendly Hotels

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Hi,

I am looking for recommendations for any Escort Friendly Hotels in Central London (4 or 5 Star), recommendations by pm please

Thanks,

Martin

 

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Do you mean to work from as an escort or to have an escort visit you in?

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Escort to visit me

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Escort to visit me

Erm - and how exactly will they know she's an escort - most 4/5 star hotels will have a bar for you to meet her in. Will she be wearing a sign or something?

You seem a little paranoid....

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Hotels dont care as long as you dont upset other guests or trash the room. Apart from that its revenue. 

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You might have a problem potentially if you go to a small hotel with few rooms as those might know all guests who are staying and probably the reception desk will be just next to the entrance.

Therefore look for large hotels that have many rooms, ideally with a large entrance area and noone will even notice the lady or know that the lady who just came in does not stay in the hotel. Don't forget that the vast majority of escorts are coming to outcall meetings pretty discreetly dressed.

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If you want her to come straight to your room, best to avoid the hotels where you need your room card to work the lift.

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Hi,

I am looking for recommendations for any Escort Friendly Hotels in Central London (4 or 5 Star), recommendations by pm please

Thanks,

Martin

 

Just book an Escort who is already working in a hotel, problem over.

...and as always please do not post hotel names or even location of hotel chains.

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Any hotel is an escort( or any girl friend) friendly hotel as long as you stay in a double room, or a suite, and you gently announce the reception you are waiting for someone to come visit. so this is an important issue to keep in mind, if you are planning to receive a visit in your hotel room, make sure you book a double one! ;)

 

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