Hotel theft: What you should never take from your hotel room – or run this big risk

Hotel theft: What you should never take from your hotel room – or run this big risk

Further afield in the Maldives, the management of a resort said it buys new flower arrangements several times a week to replace the missing ones. Maybe the demand for flowers is simply too high due to the many marriage proposals?

Hotels in England have also felt the sting of strange items being thieved. On one occasion a guest unceremoniously removed the numbers from his hotel room door. “We didn’t notice until the next guest could not find his room”, the hotel director declared.

So what happens if hotel guests do try to steal items that are not permitted to be taken? If hoteliers were to take these thefts to the police in the UK they would be followed up.

However, the likelihood is that guests would see the item charged to their card and themselves blacklisted.

Pav Klair, Spa and Hotel Relations Expert at SpaSeekers told Express.co.uk: “We remember your name and we’re more wary of you the next time you decide to stay at the hotel.“

Published at Mon, 02 Dec 2019 16:59:00 +0000