Travel tips: Rules to stealing toiletries from fancy hotels
- Posted on Friday, 11 November 2016 20:23
- By Zac Erawan
Learning from their backpacker days, the author gives the thumbs up for snagging shampoos, soaps, and conditioners from the hotel your staying at. Some guidelines the author mentioned where to take the bottles and put them away if you are staying for a period of time so the hotel will replace them each day. Also make friends with the cleaning staff, since the hotel is made of money they wouldnt mind throwing you a extra soup before you need to check out.
- At one point we stayed at Raffles Grand Hotel D’Angkor for two nights, then spent the next two in a $5 hostel, a place so rotten the desk fans used to cool the room were too feeble to blow through the mosquito nets.
- I don’t lift from independent hotels as this feels something akin to taking the owners’ private property.
- Also, some places – particularly places that market themselves as earthy and organic – have an annoying habit of decanting their products into porcelain bottles. I’m yet to have any of those.
“If you’re staying in the same room for a few days, be sure to make the toiletries disappear each day.”
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