Hotel etiquette for guests: How to be a better hotel guest
- Posted on Tuesday, 06 December 2016 18:47
- By Zac Erawan
While customers are easily able to post about their experience that they have at hotels, hotels themselves don’t have an app that they can share about the negative things left behind by their clients. From trashing hotel pools to hiding dead bodies in mattresses these hotels have seen it all. To help the staff out a bit and be a considerate customer maybe try to keep your things organized for the staff to come clean your room. If your staying awhile maybe give the staff a break once in a while from cleaning your room with the do not disturb sign, or if your not staying long at all using an old bar of soup to wash your hands the one and only time you do. Help them so they can help you.
- Hotel rooms division, otherwise known as “housekeeping”, are the front-line workers who make sure your rooms are clean and tidy.
- From the filthy, littered courtyard to the soulless concrete rooms with broken windows and the foul, doorless lavatories, Rongbuk Guest House is pretty much a hellhole.
- Re-using towels is fine, but you don’t even need to use the big fluffy ones. You can dry yourself adequately with a hand towel and hair dryer.
“The spa tub that would eject glitter for months after some guests had a wild night.”
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