Pia

Visiting escorts in hotels.

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As I will be giving up my flat in Hemel soon and am only planning to work a bit here and there afterwards, my plan was to work out of hotels or serviced apartments.

Today I had a long-standing client say to me that he would not visit me in the future if I work from a hotel. The thought had never crossed my mind to be honest.

Do any of you feel uncomfortable visiting an escort in a hotel?

And have any ladies working from hotels ever had any problems with clients not wanting to visit as you are in a hotel?

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As I will be giving up my flat in Hemel soon and am only planning to work a bit here and there afterwards, my plan was to work out of hotels or serviced apartments.

Today I had a long-standing client say to me that he would not visit me in the future if I work from a hotel. The thought had never crossed my mind to be honest.

Do any of you feel uncomfortable visiting an escort in a hotel?

And have any ladies working from hotels ever had any problems with clients not wanting to visit as you are in a hotel?

Not in the slightest Pia.

I have visited many working ladies in their hotels (and invited a few over to mine :)) and I am totally comfortable. I do stay in hotels a lot with my work though, so I am at home in this sort of environment.

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As I will be giving up my flat in Hemel soon and am only planning to work a bit here and there afterwards, my plan was to work out of hotels or serviced apartments.

Today I had a long-standing client say to me that he would not visit me in the future if I work from a hotel. The thought had never crossed my mind to be honest.

Do any of you feel uncomfortable visiting an escort in a hotel?

And have any ladies working from hotels ever had any problems with clients not wanting to visit as you are in a hotel?

Did he give you a reason why he was oncomfortable with a hotel ?

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My biggest concerns with hotels are:

a) Does the lift work without a keycard

:) Is the lobby busy enough so that one person won't really get noticed

C) Is it posisble to get to the lifts without walking right past reception.

Yes to the above is very welcome.

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I think if you live in a small area or your gents know alot of people its sometimes more difficult for them to explain why they were seen walking in or out of a hotel. Why dont you look at serviced apartments honey they cost the same as hotels and are far more discreet

Hugs Casey xx

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Hi Pia, Lilly B recently did a post researching a similar question that you might find interesting. From memory I think most of the respondents (including me) said their preferred venue was an anonymous private or private-looking house or flat, but I don't think there was any strong opposition to hotels. For myself, the characteristics of the lady I'm seeing is my main consideration and,m as long as there was a reasonable amount of discretion I wouldn't have the slightest problem in visiting a hotel. Plenty of ladies have visited me in them.

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Not in the slightest Pia.

Mr Cool :):D

Did he give you a reason why he was oncomfortable with a hotel ?

I assume the reasons Ewenme has put below, worried that anybody would spot them or that they would not pass the reception unnoticed.

My biggest concerns with hotels are:

a) Does the lift work without a keycard

:o Is the lobby busy enough so that one person won't really get noticed

C) Is it posisble to get to the lifts without walking right past reception.

Yes to the above is very welcome.

I agree, it is all something I would take into account myself.

I think if you live in a small area or your gents know alot of people its sometimes more difficult for them to explain why they were seen walking in or out of a hotel. Why dont you look at serviced apartments honey they cost the same as hotels and are far more discreet

Hugs Casey xx

I just looked at the serviced apartments, they are usually a minimum of 5-7 days (unless in London) which would not work for me, as I would only be doing a day here and there :)

Hi Pia, Lilly B recently did a post researching a similar question that you might find interesting. From memory I think most of the respondents (including me) said their preferred venue was an anonymous private or private-looking house or flat, but I don't think there was any strong opposition to hotels. For myself, the characteristics of the lady I'm seeing is my main consideration and,m as long as there was a reasonable amount of discretion I wouldn't have the slightest problem in visiting a hotel. Plenty of ladies have visited me in them.

Thank you, I appreciate your reply. I think the key is to find the hotels which are fairly easy to slip in and out of. But still more complicated than having your own incall place.

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As I will be giving up my flat in Hemel soon and am only planning to work a bit here and there afterwards, my plan was to work out of hotels or serviced apartments.

Today I had a long-standing client say to me that he would not visit me in the future if I work from a hotel. The thought had never crossed my mind to be honest.

Do any of you feel uncomfortable visiting an escort in a hotel?

And have any ladies working from hotels ever had any problems with clients not wanting to visit as you are in a hotel?

I have had the odd one say they are not comfortable to visit me in hotel but not that many.

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My biggest concerns with hotels are:

a) Does the lift work without a keycard

I think that most girls are clued up to this and avoid booking these sorts of hotels. I did visit one lovely young (slightly dotty) WG in a Premier Inn once that had a card key door after the lifts to get on to each floor. She just solved that problem by propping the door open 2 minutes before each client arrived :)

:o Is the lobby busy enough so that one person won't really get noticed

As I said earlier, I stay in LOADS of hotels and I have NEVER been challenged by reception as I walk past. Reception staff turnover pretty frequently during the day and can't be expected to know everyone who is staying. Small, family-run hotels might be different (remember Mr Fawlty :)), but WGs will know to avoid these as well as the card key ones.

C) Is it posisble to get to the lifts without walking right past reception.

Honestly, no-one worries in the big chain hotels. If you ever do get challenged, say you have a meeting a potential important supplier. You'll be 100% correct and should be able to keep a straight face :D.

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Come north, Pia, there are loads of serviced apartments in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness (and probably other cities too) that hire out by the day, or sometimes two days minimum.

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Come north, Pia, there are loads of serviced apartments in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness (and probably other cities too) that hire out by the day, or sometimes two days minimum.

I'm aware of at least two such places in Aberdeen which working ladies use, and we'd love to see you up here Pia. Being Scandinavian, even our God-awful weather wouldn't bother you! :)

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A recent thread on here mentioned the Inn Keepers Hotel at Shenley Lodge, MK, as being a place where apparently you don't have to walk past reception to get up to the rooms.

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As well as the good comments already, Pia, I'd add that it's more subtle not to have a lot of short appointments, nor to offer services which might involve the frequent 'wizz-CRACK' of the tawse :)

I'm always happier when a lady is in a larger, busy hotel, and (if it's new to me) when she gives clear instructions about how to go straight to the lifts or stairs when entering the place.

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Hi Pia,

I see that there is a premier lodge hotel in Hemel. I have stayed at various Premier Lodge Hotels and have found them to be clean and excellent value. From your point of view I should think all your clients know you as based in Hemel and therefore it would be an advantage for you to stay where you are well known. You can certainly "count me in".:)

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All very true, but good instructions are vital. Even an old fart like me dreads the prospect of hearing a "Can I help, sir?" from reception as I stumble into the broom cupboard whilst looking for the lift.

And that red flush isn't necessarily from Viagra.....!

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All very true, but good instructions are vital. Even an old fart like me dreads the prospect of hearing a "Can I help, sir?" from reception as I stumble into the broom cupboard whilst looking for the lift.

Oh yea definitely need good instructions.

Girl once told lifts are on your right, she never told me there are two entrances :D

I used the main entrance, eye-contacted & smiled at receptionist and turned right, to be greeted with closed door signed 'Staff only' :):o

"Can I help you sir?" I hear receptionist ask... "Umm yes my GF just checked in... 1sec phone call" "Ok sir"

Fake phone call gave me time to turn around and get to lift :)

She didn't even know there was two entrances, just what happens when you're the first client of the day....

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have visited girls in a motel type and a big hotel, the motel was a bit nerve wracking to be honest you had to pass a girl on reception and try and look like you knew where you were going. the big hotel was easy with lots of people milling about and no trouble at all.just remember to put the do not disturb sign on the door or the cleaning lady can enter without warning !!

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I have had the odd one say they are not comfortable to visit me in hotel but not that many.

I guess it will just mean that you will lose a few clients Pia, but if you want to cut back, that shouldn't be a problem.

Just to throw in my two pennyworth, I don't like visiting hotels. The whole visit tends to feel less personal, if that makes sense.

Good luck to you anyway. I wish that i lived closer to you!!!!

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As I will be giving up my flat in Hemel soon and am only planning to work a bit here and there afterwards, my plan was to work out of hotels or serviced apartments.

Today I had a long-standing client say to me that he would not visit me in the future if I work from a hotel. The thought had never crossed my mind to be honest.

Do any of you feel uncomfortable visiting an escort in a hotel?

And have any ladies working from hotels ever had any problems with clients not wanting to visit as you are in a hotel?

From the another perspective - I did the opposite.

I went from visiting hotels and homes to providing my own apartment.

It wasn't planned but rather developed that way.

For some reason hotel and home requests dried up My customer base shifted almost overnight from Hotel & home services to entertaining at my apartment.

I'd say its around an 80/20 split in favour of people visiting me and I can't remember the last time I had to visit or try to find a place to park in a busy dark city centre such as Liverpool or Manchester.

I never feared for my safety with a customer, but did walking through a drunk filled Manchester to my car at 11.30 pm on a cold december night.

I can control and plan my day with ease, at one time I was travelling around 25 to 30 thousand miles per year, An hour appointment could turn into 4, 5 hours with travel and what have you.

Most of my work was evenings. Now I'm usually curled up on the sofa with a coffee and a book by 7.30pm

I'm not sure I would go back to outcall only services. Theres a huge amount of competition out there and if you can provide your friends with a free, comfortable clean safe discreet venue then you have an advantage, as well as the impression a nice apartment can give.

The Client base doesnt change. The client type you attract comes from the advertising rather than the venue.

Apart from that life is so much less hectic and I spend a lot less time travelling.

I've never looked back really. Think long and hard before you make the switch.

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I like Hotel venues, BUT I do have reservations about day-time meets.

After say 3pm they are great but before I just feel uncomfortable with the housekeeping staff around (daft for a man of my years but that's how it is.

late afternoon & evening there are lots of equally lost looking people trying to find rooms and I'm just one more

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I like Hotel venues, BUT I do have reservations about day-time meets.

After say 3pm they are great but before I just feel uncomfortable with the housekeeping staff around (daft for a man of my years but that's how it is.

late afternoon & evening there are lots of equally lost looking people trying to find rooms and I'm just one more

I know what you mean!

About a year ago a young lady I'd been seeing over several years lost her flat and decided to just do outcalls. Now, she only worked from 11am to 3pm anyway because of family commitments, so we did a deal whereby I'd book a hotel room for the deed. That period of time is usually after chuck-out and before re-occupancy and is used for housekeeping as you say, but I used the local Travelodge which offered early (12 noon) check in for a nominal extra charge. I did this about 6 times and every time we had the cleaning staff working on the adjacent rooms, piles of sheets in the corridor etc! I got used to it. :confused:

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i have stayed in hotel /apartments to work from in the past year

www.staycity.com are often self check in which are perfect

for hotel i find its best to get them close to the hotel and direct them to the floor that your on wihtout giving the room number - keeping them on the phone is good cos no one ever interupts anyone talking on phone also you will hear the lifts ping ect so that you know they are near

i also tell them beforehand what to do ie come to the hotel into reception lift are to your left of the reception ect / just come to the second floor if its someone ive seen before

(to check if the lift/ lobby areas are key cards just ring say your staying with kids and last time they kept lossiing the cards and getting locked out of the lifts /corridors

not all hotel chains are the same either lots of ibis often have a buzzer on the main door to actually enter the hotel reception travelodge and premier inns the reception are often really really small and close to the doors for the corridors

best hotels are those that are used by the airline crews when stopping off and superbreaks sounds stupid but lots of coach partys coming and going all the time dosnt give the receptionist much time to notice anything

once i got a upgrade to a better room but it was not good for working on cos it was on its own floor with conceirge ect so i ended up moving back to the crapper rooms on the lower floors

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I have no problems with visiting a WG in a hotel providing you get clear directions so it looks like you actually live there however I tend to be fairly thick skinned and "hide in plain sight" anyway.

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A big thank you to everybody for your posts and thoughts.

Always a bit worrying when you are changing to something new, questions like 'will my new business venture work out' etc and you tend to just want to stick to the familiar as it feels more safe.

I will have more flexibility where I go even though I will only do some days here and there (more so in the winter than in the summer). As some people have asked/emailed I will probably also do some visits to London and maybe even Scotland!! :confused: (And no TonyofStoney, just because I am scandinavian does not mean I am used to the cold! I am quite a wuss really ;))

Again many thanks :)

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