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Could anyone help i`m looking for a hotel which would not mind punters coming and going during the day and night time ,either post or mail me thank you

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Hi 'sexyescortbabe',

I am not sure how busy you plan your stay to be but typically you should not have a lot of issues with any of the larger hotels in London as there is a lot of footfall throughout the daytime through to late evenings.

If you / your clientele enjoy very late night sessions e.g. midnight to say 5am I could imagine that a lot of traffic at that time of night with the door opening & closing, loo flushing, shower on & off, etc may generate some attention.

Just apply common sense babe.

If you want specific hotel recommendations then please feel free to PM me :-)

Best of luck with you visit / tour :-)

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Sexy

The Hoxton will book rooms by the hour so they must know the score, If Not the Queens in Crystal Pace -bit down market but they turn a blind eye. Let us know where you choose may book and hour or more.:eek:

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Obviously the larger the better, check out late rooms. com The Cumberland is a nice hotel, very big and quite modern. They often have 30% discount rates.

Good luck and happy bonking :eek: x

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You might to consider whether the hotel requires a card key to get access to the lifts/rooms. Many hotels seem to do this now. The Ibis at Euston I would recommend for having easy, very discrete entry to their rooms. They also have phones in their rooms if required that you might not get in say a travelodge.

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You should check out the forum on www.saafe.info, it has a number of posts on the topic. If you are looking in Kensington & Earls Court then pm and I can give you ones I used to use.

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You should check out the forum on www.saafe.info, it has a number of posts on the topic. If you are looking in Kensington & Earls Court then pm and I can give you ones I used to use.

The Millennium Gloucester is a good choice in South Kensington. Big (I think enormous), busy and no access cards for the lifts.

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The Millennium Gloucester is a good choice in South Kensington. Big (I think enormous), busy and no access cards for the lifts.

The gloucester is a little expensive for such a purpose... but if on special offer (try lastminute and laterooms) then yes. Sister hotels the bailey, next door, on gloucester road, and corpthorne tara on high street kensington are also good. Kensington Close, Hilton Olympia, Think Aparartments EC, Best Western Hogarth Road, Quality Crown and Ibis in that area are also good. Avoid Holiday Inn on Cromwell Road, it has keycards for the lifts.

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The Hisperia right next to Victoria Station may be good, I rent conference rooms there for work and people seem to be able to come and go without much Notice.

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thankyou everyone for you help. Looks like i'm staying in the copthorne tara in kensington. Looks like the best choice for a tour. xxxxx

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thankyou everyone for you help. Looks like i'm staying in the copthorne tara in kensington. Looks like the best choice for a tour. xxxxx

It's nice in there, and they give out upgrades pretty easily :D

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Copthorne is great One of the doorman is very very dishy :D i have stayed there several times last year - if you plan on taking your laptop get a dongle to use in your laptop as they charge 15 in the copthorne for 24 hours

also what i would do is stalk the chambermaids and knick towels for my room

ask for a room on the 8 th floor as its quieter the 2nd floor is horrible cos your overloooking the car park and it can get noisy from the bar especially if the air crew are around getting pissed late at night

its a good location cos you have kensington high st two mins away so that you can get everthing you need if you run out of stuff

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Copthorne is great One of the doorman is very very dishy :D i have stayed there several times last year - if you plan on taking your laptop get a dongle to use in your laptop as they charge 15 in the copthorne for 24 hours

also what i would do is stalk the chambermaids and knick towels for my room

ask for a room on the 8 th floor as its quieter the 2nd floor is horrible cos your overloooking the car park and it can get noisy from the bar especially if the air crew are around getting pissed late at night

its a good location cos you have kensington high st two mins away so that you can get everthing you need if you run out of stuff

There used to be an open wifi to tap into, that was a while ago though.

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Last year was 15 per day so def buy a dongle

There used to be an open wifi to tap into, that was a while ago though.

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Anyone know a clean hotel in Victoria area for a few hours (not Belgrave road). Used to frequent another place curently closed and refurbing in Marylebone for £65 and now at a loss. Neighbouring hotels wanted my credit card so I declined to stay

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