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Sleepinginairports covers the most likely option: Regal Airport Hotel - Connected to Terminal 1 via air-conditioned bridge. The hotel is a 2 minute walk or 1 min ride via scheduled airport shuttle. Day rooms are available for use from 9am to 9pm. As well as two others close by (5 min shuttle) - Novotel Citigate and Sky City Marriot. But from your ...


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Upgrades are handed out for two broad reasons: either the hotel has to, or the hotel wants to. Like airlines, hotels overbook: a hotel with 100 rooms will accept (say) 110 bookings, and expect that 10 people don't show up. (For example, my employer's corporate booking rate at a large chain lets you cancel bookings for free until 6 PM on the day of arrival. ...


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Plaza Premium Lounge provide bath and bed service in departure floor, but it is quite expensive


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It should be fine. But really, they can ask about financial means, accommodation, etc. but in most cases it will just be brief interview. Do not volunteer everything immediately, it might look awkward. Just be genuine and answer the questions truthfully and everything should go well.


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I'm sure this differs for every Accommodation provider and they would all have their reasons for their 'early check-in' policy. (To charge or not to charge, that is the question?) I doubt very much if it is just to get more money out of guests because as a hospitality service they would risk upsetting guests. We have a farm/small holding, other ...


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Certain parts of this answer apply if you are a man. First I will assume that you have asked your lady friend if she would like to have sex and she has consented. Or if she was the one who asked, I hope you said yes (in the latter case, refusal would be seen as very poor etiquette.) Moaning can be suppressed, a creaky bed cannot. Anyway, if other guests ...


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Close the door. Even better, place the Do Not Disturb sign too, particularly during hours when house-keeping usually takes place. Plenty of maids open the door quickly otherwise. You do not have to make the bed after, but do cleanup after yourselves if there are any fluids left outside of you or your partner(s). As a corollary, dispose of condoms yourself. ...


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Generally, the only etiquette involves getting informed consent. If you are unsure how to get informed consent, I suggest following this script: Party #1: Pardon me. I hate to bother you. Would you like to do it? Party #2: Why yes. And it isn't any bother at all. Party #1: Then we shall do it. Party #2: Agreed.


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There is nothing wrong with having sex in hotel beds. Treat it like your own bed. Don't stain the sheets too much, since someone else has to clean it. Think of all the people going on "romantic breaks", or honeymoons, or a wedding. Plenty of people have sex in hotel rooms. You should put a 'Do Not Disturb' sign on the door.


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I travel a lot, and here's how I handle it. Unless you are staying in a hotel that washes the comforter/duvet between each guest, you should immediately pull it off the bed and throw it on the floor1. Then wash your hands, because god only knows what was on that duvet. Look in the closet for a plastic bag containing a spare fleece blanket. If it is in a ...


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Late answer but maybe still helpful: http://hotelbb.com/en/home.htm We use this chain for more than 10 years now to sleep either a single night while going somewhere but also a whole week at one place. Reasonable priced, available almost every city, close to motorway, shopping and filling station. It is not a luxurius stay (no pool, gym, bar) but we were ...


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You put yourself between Sheet 1 and Sheet 2. All the other layers on top are meant for warmth. It being summer, you may not need them all - feel free to remove any layers you don't want, and put them on a chair or in the closet. (Pro tip: if you want a little more air flow, untuck Sheet 2 from the mattress.) If somehow you're too cold, there are usually ...


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I've worked in the hospitality industry for 18 years in the United States so I can answer this with some knowledge. Most states require a hotel to post their "Maximum Possible Rate" on the back of the guest room door. This is to keep a hotel from "price gouging" in the event of a natural disaster or even from discriminatory practices, (charging someone of a ...



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