Be aware of your options in the event that a hotel “walks” you. This means that you have to stay at a different hotel. If you can’t avoid this, you need to be booked at a comparable hotel or upgraded room for your troubles.
Be aware of your options in the event that a hotel attempts to “walk” you. This means that you have to stay at a different hotel. Avoid this if possible, but if you have to switch hotels, be certain that your reservation there is equivalent or even an upgrade.
Do not open the bottled water in your room. You are very likely thirsty when you check-in. You can be tempted to casually open that bottle of water calling to you from the mini-fridge. Hotels are well aware of this and will charge more for that already exorbitantly priced bottled water. Check the gym instead; they offer it for free. A better idea is to bring a few of your own bottled water.
You can actually get a room upgrade without paying an upgraded price. You might be able to do this by being on time to accept your hotel booking. Often your room has not yet been cleaned, so the front desk may offer an upgraded room for no charge.
Don’t give in to the temptation to take hotel linens from your room!
It is considered customary to tip your housekeeper when you leave a hotel. You don’t have to tip everyone during your stay, as the bill usually includes extra charges, but your maid should always be tipped. You probably were being messy anyway, so be sure to leave something for the maid.
It is considered customary to tip the housekeeper when you leave a hotel. The maid should always be tipped, freshened up your room and kept you stocked in clean towels and toiletries. Unless you made sure your room was spick and span every single day, please don’t forget to do this.
Finding a great hotel that fits your budget can be easy if you use the advice in the article above. By researching in advance, you have time to check out all your options. After gathering all the information you will be ready to choose the best accommodations.