Arranging a night in a hotel for sex Watch

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jman20
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, sHi people, first post on this forum so bare with me...

I have a friend who i've known for a long time and she's always suggested that she wants to meet up and personally I would want to meet up with her too. We've known each other through friends so it's not just a random pick.

But, we were thinking of booking a night in a hotel to meet up and spend a night together and do what all students at Uni like to get up to

So, would it be fine in booking a room and paying for one adult for the night because I've never thought that you HAVE to go to the reception when you walk into a hotel. So would it be ok if I booked a hotel for a night, checked in and then she arrived whenever taht night and just came straight to the room? Or would it be a tad suspicious and they might question it.

Any ideas?

EDIT BY COMMUNITY TEAM:

Most hotels are relaxed about this sort of thing.

If you're worried about it, Booking.com have a 'special requests' box when booking - I'd suggest using that to let them know someone else is joining you.

https://www.booking.com/
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Well in the majority of hotels you pay per room, per night than per adult so the price won't be any different between 1 and 2 people.

But yeah if you book it for two and she arrives late she could either check in after or just walk to the room. No point in booking for 1 really.
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Can't she just ring you when she's in the lobby, you go down and meet her then you go back up?
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If you arn't checking in together you may as well book for one otherwise it might look a bit odd...
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We wont be able to arrive at the same time no. So if one of us booked a room for one and the other arrived later on went straight to the room would that be ok? Or would it raise a few eyebrows....surely youre giving money to the hotel at the end of the day so they wouldn't care..
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Just say your girlfriend will be arriving later as she has work, or something along those lines.
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(Original post by jman20)
We wont be able to arrive at the same time no. So if one of us booked a room for one and the other arrived later on went straight to the room would that be ok? Or would it raise a few eyebrows....surely youre giving money to the hotel at the end of the day so they wouldn't care..
Yeah that's fine.
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I used to work in a hotel and that happened all the time.

Make sure you book a double room as it is illegal for you to share a single for two people under health and safety regulations. Plus, a double would be more comfy for sexy time :sexface:

If you are paying at the hotel, you can pay at checkin and just ask the reception to give you a call in your room for you to meet your guest OR you can ask if they can give a spare key to her.

Have fun!
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why don't you just **** in your room and save money?
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I've wasted so much money on hotels :o:

Is this really okay?
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I've actually thought about this quite seriously before
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It's normally the same price anyway these days. Just book a standard double in a travelodge or something. I used to work in a hotel and it's pretty common for people to just stay there because it's a nicer and more private place to have sex.
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get a car
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Find a hotel you can pay per hour.
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jman20
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why don't you just **** in your room and save money?
A: I never have a free house
B: She never has a free house, simplez!

Make sure you book a double room as it is illegal for you to share a single for two people under health and safety regulations.
The minimum I can order on one of the hotels websites is either a "double room" or a "twin bed" so I'm thinking twin bed
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(Original post by jman20)
A: I never have a free house
B: She never has a free house, simplez!


The minimum I can order on one of the hotels websites is either a "double room" or a "twin bed" so I'm thinking twin bed
...isn't that two separate beds? Sexy :rolleyes:
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(Original post by jman20)
The minimum I can order on one of the hotels websites is either a "double room" or a "twin bed" so I'm thinking twin bed
Twin bed? you're having a laugh right lol. 1 Room, 1 double bed simples!!

Anyways in answer to your earlier question, hotels like the travelodge + premier inn etc are fine with people just walking in, they arent strict (and ask where you are going) but in those places you need a type or key card to get in. Meeting her in the looby and escorting her to your room would be the best option.
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(Original post by jman20)
A: I never have a free house
B: She never has a free house, simplez!


The minimum I can order on one of the hotels websites is either a "double room" or a "twin bed" so I'm thinking twin bed
This makes me think....troll :rolleyes:
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She's going to be really impressed that you're too cheap to get a double bed. :rolleyes:
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haha she'd be right p****ed off if I ordered a twin...of course I'll get a double, more room for manoeuvring
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