Are you looking forward to your next trip? Wondering which hotel should you book? Well, book any hotel of your choice, but listen up to these tips that an ex-hotel employee have recently shared. You might find them interesting and shocking.
She’s revealed them on her TikTok video, we have picked and are sharing a few of them with you today. Check it out.
Janessa Richard used to work at a hotel, and she wanted to warn people about a few things.
Just so you know, the employee said that it is only from her personal experience, and she stresses that case might be different for other hotels out there.
Having said that, she does say many people have experienced the same issues.
So without further delay, let us quickly get into the details. The first information that she shared was pretty much as want we had suspected it to be. Never walk on the carpets bare feet.
Why is that?
Well, she said that hotels does not clean the carpets between guests. And, that they rarely take carpets for deep cleaning and washing. It is so rare that only once a year the carpets are taken for cleaning.
People in the comments said they bring flip-flops for this very reason.
Remember to pack Flip-flops, slippers, or extra socks next time you plan to stay in a hotel.
Okay, what’s next?
This may come as a shock to you, but the comforters and duvets also don’t get changed between guests. Yes, if you’ve felt that they have been a bit stiff, you now know what was the reason.
It might be a good idea to bring your own blanket instead.
The good news is that some hotel chains do wash the duvet and comforter.
The TikTok user clearly mentioned that the Hilton hotel does pay attention to these details. However, you should use this information for other hotels.
Let’s move on to the next yucky secret.
The same goes for the toilet paper.
Janessa also said a lot of shady stuff happens at hotels.
One interesting fact is that hotel employees are not allowed to say your room number out loud.
Now that I’ve scared you off of staying at hotels, I have so good news.
Jessica said, that when you encounter any problem in your hotel room, you should speak to the hotel manager immediately, and you might get compensation from the hotel. It can be in the form of a room upgrade, or free meals.