hotel room secret stealing

Hotel secrets have revealed what guests are allowed to take for free

Hotels offer guests a huge variety of amenities free of charge in a room to make the stay as comfortable as possible.

Many guests often take some of the items home with them as mementoes of the trip.

It has since been revealed what is allowed to be taken from the room which the hotels allow them to get away with.

What many may not realise is that the items that aren’t allowed to be stolen could end up costing guests a pretty penny.

Items such as the shampoo and conditioner, coffee and pads of paper and sometimes even the pens are okay to take home, according to Travel + Leisure.

This is because they are often half used, and the with the logo on it can mean free promotion to others who may see them.

Jacob Tomsky, author of the best-selling Heads in Beds went one further on embracing the legal freebies, telling the Telegraph: “Consider the unmanned housekeeper’s trolley a smash and grab situation. Pack your bags full of almond butter hand cream and guava face soap with espresso crisps. 

“Take three of everything and get the hell out of the hallway.”

hotel room secret stealing

Hotel room toiletries are acceptable for guests to take home

Some items are highly forbidden to take and could cost guests a large amount of money

Some items are highly forbidden to take and could cost guests a large amount of money.

Items such as sheets, artwork, towels and the popular bathrobes are not allowed to be taken and are often charged back to the person staying in the room.

According to a survey, a whopping 56 per cent admit to stealing things from a hotel.

As well as it costing them, it could even force guests onto a hotel ban list.

According to NBC: “Hotels keep a similar list of guests that they block from making reservations and setting foot on their properties.”

hotel room secret stealing

Hotel room towels and bathrobes are not allowed to be taken

One criminal took things further when trying to take a hotel freebie.

The young woman can be seen on CCTV attempting to steal a double bed mattress at Premier Inn.

She then tries to jam the bed into the lift, before pressing the button for the ground floor.

However, not everything is what it seems.

Source of Travel News

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