These are all true stories about the “behind-the-scenes” happening at hotels from small to famous. This topic has become famous on the social network Reddit.
People working in luxury hotels share behind-the-scenes stories on one of the hottest Reddit posts.
13. “At a hotel in Beverly Hills, where I worked for a short time, the cars of many stars are left there. They come and pick them up whenever they want. Plus, they have a codename for Justin Bieber – who visits often. His G-wagon and a Bentley are kept there for free. Usher also left his bike there a few years ago and never took it. it. “
14. “In my experience, loyalty programs are great, but they often lead to terrible things. A-listers want to be left alone or get special treatment. Politics The family is even worse when they’re with them. Sex, drugs, underage drinking, police escorting guests… are commonplace.”
15. “When we saw the message ‘Instagram influencer’ on the booking system, we got depressed again.”
16. “A famous teenage celebrity left a room full of needles and injecting equipment in our hotel room.”
17. “We’re not allowed to greet celebrities with their real names, because they want to remain anonymous. So we’ll use their alias on the day they check in.
Some celebrities are even greeted by waiting sex workers, or have ‘accompanied’ who are nice and cute. These objects only need to rent a room for one night, once a month and earn 30-40 thousand USD from their “customers”. Celebrities are, oh my, crazy.”
18. “Prostitutes tip me more often than clients.”
19. “We’re not too strict with prostitution or whatever goes on in the room, as long as it doesn’t affect other guests. Half of the women who come to the bar are girls. We are “looking for the subject.” However, we will immediately notify the authorities if it is a case of human trafficking.”
20. “As part of bellhop training, we have to ask open-ended questions to children to make sure they’re not being used for the sex business of wearing the ‘dad’ label. and daughter’. My father works in security in the same hotel, so he usually warns me in advance, if a guest is suspicious of their behavior at the front desk to check in. when it happens, but hotels are breeding grounds for sex trafficking.”
21. “You know what I’ve never seen? Housekeepers steal. Customers always point their noses at housekeeping when they lose their stuff. Housekeepers don’t risk their careers for an iPad or jewelry. where, because they can live well on tips.”
22. “I don’t know if every five-star hotel does this, but I’m sure it happens in most of them. The front desk/reservation staff will basically look up information about it.” you online first if you’re a VIP, and your pictures will be shared internally to make sure everyone recognizes you, making you feel special when you arrive.”
23. “Forbes-rated hotels are regularly ‘checked in’ at random. We always suspect any diners because they could be inspectors. We once had a female guest staying at the guest house. hotel and somehow the management confirmed her as an inspector they actually took a picture of her through the security camera and printed it out to show all the staff so we know who she is. still remember her name is Katrina.”
24. “As soon as you walk into the hotel, ask a lot of questions about every aspect of the hotel. Always order a special cocktail for dinner or lunch and use every hotel shop – they will immediately suspect you are a Forbes inspector. Everyone in the hotel will know your name, and a photo we stole from your Facebook will be throughout the hotel. You will receive service. best you’ve ever had with this ‘trick’.”
25. “Those avocados are pre-made, frozen in a plastic tub, so it’s not very fresh.”
26. “NEVER (I DO IT again!) EAT CHOCOLATE TOWERS FROM A HOTEL. Imagine this: It was an expensive Sunday miss. A boy had just halved a strawberry and put it in directly. chocolate tower, take it out and bite into the strawberry, then dip them in the sauce tower again.
Some rich lady just sneezed into it, someone dropped their snacks into the tower. Who knows, that chocolate will be saved for a similar meal next week. They are too expensive to be thrown away. “
27. “Before you complain to the hotel, remember that the best, most understanding guest will be better compensated. The rude guest gets little in return. Always be friendly and respectful. staff to benefit your stay.”
(According to Buzz Feed)