- “Tell the hotel staff if you don’t like your room, or if it’s not clean. They’ll most likely be able to get you a different room. It’s best to make sure the room is to your liking before you unpack. This saves you (and the cleaning staff) some time!”
- “Don’t touch the remote” (at least not without gloves or disinfectant first)
- Those walls are not soundproof (didn’t you already figure that out when you could hear your neighbor’s conversation?!?)
- Wash those water glasses before you use them: “Some hotels clean the water glasses with furniture polish. It’s great for sparkling glasses, not so much for your health!”
- “I worked for the Ritz Carlton for a few years,” reported one hotel employee. “In my orientation, the HR rep told everyone that each employee has a special allowance of $1,500 to make sure they can help the guests feel like their stay would be memorable.” (Is that $1500 per guest???)
- “Hotel pools are highly chlorinated, which kills most bacteria. We can’t say the same for the tables and lounge chairs, however.” Isn’t that why everyone lays down a towl first?
“MailOnline Travel has compiled a list of hidden facts about hotel stays and the secrets they want hidden, from how to find the cheapest possible rate to the most germ-ridden items in a room….”
(if you read above, you already know it’s the remote!)
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