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    Fancy Hotels Escort Policies?

    Well, I am a businessman from the puritanical US, and when on Canada trips I usually stay at fancy hotels (Omni Parker, Sheraton, etc.not St. James). Since I am thinking of having some fun on my next trip, I would just like to know how those hotels treat Escort visits. Will they be raised eyebrows, will I get grief from them, will they even let the Escort up if they recognize her?
    I mean in Canada it is legal so I assume so, but who am I to say?

    Also, when I call an agency, (or that hot independent KIKI )is it better to call from the hotel or from my cell?
    On the one hand I would rather use the hotel phone, BUT not if they could recognize the number and give me later grief about it.
    So what do you guys think?

    Lol, Things used to be so much simpler in Germany, there sex is seen for what it is, a normal biological need, and nobody gives a second thought about it. In the USA it is right up there with terrorists or drugs!

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    I've never been to the fancy hotels. I've stayed at midrange hotels (never stayed/used a motel before) and I think that their policy is that as long as the SP looks like she belongs there, there won't be any issues.

    If the SP shows up in a very short mini-skirt with stilletto heeled boots/shoes and a top that shows a lot of cleavage, etc., depending on the hotel, they might probably react negatively.

    You must realize that they don't want their other guests to feel uncomfortable.

    What I normally do is if independants, I tell them how to reach my room so that they don't draw too much attention to themselves (like once you enter the hotel, immediately turn right and go to the elevator, go to the x floor and my room is xxx) and they don't have to go through the front desk. This makes it seem like they are a guest at the hotel and they're just going to their room. I also ask them to dress in something that isn't too provocative.

    With the phone, I never use the hotel phone unless I'm forced to. The primary reason is that I have a cellphone with me at all times. The second reason is that on your bill, most hotels will show the numbers dialed from your phone. The third and final reason is that some hotels still charge for calls (even local calls).

    Regarding the hotel recognizing the phone number, I doubt that they would recognize it unless the person (man or woman) with access to the dialed phone numbers actually used the number himself or if female works/worked as a SP for the number that you called.

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    I had a friend who was a manager at the front desk for the graveyard shift at the Sheraton. He told me that he would see the girls come in and out all the time. As long as they're discreet about things he didn't do nothing. He told me that it's too big of a risk to accuse a hot looking girl in a skimpy dress as being an escort only to find out that she's a guest.


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    I have never heard of any body having a problem.

    I have also seen some very obvious agency girls waiting for thier driver in near the door of some upscale hotels and nobody said anything. Like TheDon said, it is too big of a risk of accusing a guest of being an escort.

    Moreover you rarely will get anyone showing up in things like thigh high platform boots and other obvious dress. You would have to make a special request to get someont to show up dressed like that.

    You will not have any problems if you are staying at the Omni or the Sheraton. Call from the hotel phone if you wish. They really do not care who you call. ...and if you ask the concierge he might even reccomend an agency...

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    Thanks guys, your posts sure are reassuring.

    I would tell the agency that the girl doesn't dress to obviously, but I don't think that would have any impact if I am her's 4 out 6 for the night. I doubt she would change just for me. I was thinking of perhaps suggesting she wears a coat in the lobby if there is a problem, but you guys seem to suggest I will be fine.

    Also, for those of you with more experience what is the best time to book a girl? I would think in the beginning since she is not tired from previous encounters, but I doubt I will have the time before 12am. If she comes really late, am I setting myself for a disappointment since she will just wait to go back home?

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    The best is to be simple and confident.
    For all of life's endeavors.

    It is best not to be complicated & not to be insecure.

    Call girls know how to get in & out of any hotel.
    As long as they have the correct address, of course.

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    You should have no issues bringing anyone you want up to your room regardless of where you are staying.

    Whether or not to call from the hotel or your cell is a good question. If your company is paying for the hotel, obviously don't use the hotel phone. I wouldn't want to explain to the accounting department why I called an escort service or why I put in for it as an expense. If your cell phone phone is yours independant of your company that is probably the best way to go regardless. Let's say you schedule an appointment a few hours later and you decide to step out of your room to hit a bar or strip joint. No one from the agency will be able to get in touch with you if necessary (earlier time or she is running late) and you could end up coming back to room to find out no one is showing up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adi
    Thanks guys, your posts sure are reassuring.

    I would tell the agency that the girl doesn't dress to obviously, but I don't think that would have any impact if I am her's 4 out 6 for the night. I doubt she would change just for me. I was thinking of perhaps suggesting she wears a coat in the lobby if there is a problem, but you guys seem to suggest I will be fine.

    Also, for those of you with more experience what is the best time to book a girl? I would think in the beginning since she is not tired from previous encounters, but I doubt I will have the time before 12am. If she comes really late, am I setting myself for a disappointment since she will just wait to go back home?
    The earlier the better.

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    Id have to suggest u dont tell ur SP to wear a coat she might melt or have a stroke before reaching the Hotel room. The tempetures in montreal have been 30+ recently so the less clothes the bether. I was at the intercontinental and the SP went to the front desk they gave her no problem. Like the others have said just make sure shes not wearing a mini skirt with her thong showing and you shud be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adi
    I would tell the agency that the girl doesn't dress to obviously, but I don't think that would have any impact if I am her's 4 out 6 for the night. I doubt she would change just for me. I was thinking of perhaps suggesting she wears a coat in the lobby if there is a problem, but you guys seem to suggest I will be fine.
    She will probably die of heat stroke if she wears a coat as well as attract unnecessary attention (in a reverse sort of way) since no one is wearing that. As naughtylady mentioned, most SPs know how to dress to get into a hotel. I've never met anyone that dressed too provocatively when compared to some of the women that can be seen just clubbing downtown. Also, a lot of SPs, change into something more comfortable or their work clothes when the action starts in your hotelroom.

    Quote Originally Posted by Adi
    Also, for those of you with more experience what is the best time to book a girl? I would think in the beginning since she is not tired from previous encounters, but I doubt I will have the time before 12am. If she comes really late, am I setting myself for a disappointment since she will just wait to go back home?
    The earlier you book, the better. Most agencies start taking calls at around lunchtime. Also, it is best not to book for an appointment that is too late. I always try to book the SP at the beginning of her shift. However, booking late gives you a very enjoyable/restful sleep after your workout. As you mentioned, the later you meet the SP, the more chance she has of being tired and just wanting to leave as soon as possible (but this can also happen if you meet her relatively early depending on how busy her day/week has been going so far and how much sleep/rest she has been getting).
    Last edited by jacep; 06-13-2007 at 09:20 PM.

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    When u say change into something more comfertable u mean they take off their clothes. because i have never seen a SP come to a hotel room with a change of clothes lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZoneAlarm
    When u say change into something more comfertable u mean they take off their clothes. because i have never seen a SP come to a hotel room with a change of clothes lol.
    Depending on the SP, they either take off all/most of their clothes, they change into lingerie, or they wear the clothing that you asked them to wear. I've had all of these happen to me.

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    Interesting, good to know.

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