Flight attendant reveals her tip hotel tips

A moody attendant has suggested her hotel tips. Picture: Thinkstock

A moody attendant has suggested her hotel tips. Picture: Thinkstock
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NEVER speak about where you’re staying while on a plane, and make certain to leave your TV on while you’re gone.


They are a hotel confidence tips we need to know, according to moody attendant Sara Keagle in an essay on a Huffington Post.

Well, who would know some-more about hotels than someone who is constantly on a move?

Here are her tip difference of accommodation wisdom:

1. Zip it

Never speak about where your staying on a craft or in a airfield – generally if you’re travelling solo. You don’t know who could be listening. This is only as critical when we arrive during a hotel – don’t let others see your room number. If you’re travelling with others, write it on a square of paper and give it to them.

2. Excess baggage

When we arrive in your room, use your bags to column open a doorway and demeanour inside before it closes. It hasn’t happened to me though we know moody attendants who’ve encountered strangers in their rooms.

3. Be wary

If someone knocks during your door, don’t open it unless you’re awaiting someone, for instance if you’ve systematic room service. If in doubt call a front desk.

4. Noisy

When you’re out and about leave your radio on in your room – this will deter thieves.

5. Write it down

Place a note on a list detailing yourself and your plans, this could support military if something does occur to you.

6. Use a deadbolt

Keagle says: “I have walked in on people sleeping since a hotel inadvertently gave me a pivotal to a room already occupied. This will also stop housekeeping from entrance in while you’re in a showering should we forget a do not disquiet sign.”

7. Know a nearest exit

Leave a flame and a room pivotal on a building nearby a door, so if there’s a glow we can squeeze them on a approach out. That way, if we confront thick fume down a gymnasium we can go behind to your room and call for help.

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