Dirty Secrets of the hotel owners

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When it comes to accommodation in a hotel, cleanliness is very important, especially to use objects intimately, such as sheets and towels and in many cases is precisely those “forgotten” by those in charge of cleaning.

Sharon Zeev Michael Forrest and Jones are the owners of brand new hotels in the United States. In addition, Jones joined Beechmont Hotels Corporation, in consultation with the owners of hotels and seeking solutions for business improvement. Here are the secrets that people at reception they would never reveal customers while they are staying, according to two:

1. Litter does not wash off each time According to Forrest Jones, change and wash bedding, normally every time a guest’s skin came into contact with them. However, even the most luxurious hotels rated disregard of this rule every time.

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2. It is not recommended to use wooden shelves Beetles love wood. Even if a wooden wardrobe looks more sophisticated than one iron is probably full of bugs. Jones recommends guests to store their clothes and remaining assets elsewhere, not on pieces of wooden furniture.
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3. Hotel room prices are dependent investment Zeev Sharon said the golden rule for luxury hotels is that prices of hotel rooms to determine based on the investment so that, for each $ 1,000 invested in a room, the hotel charge a fee of one dollar. So a room where they invested $ 300,000 will cost on average $ 300 per night.

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4. Beware of wall-mounted hair dryer This device contains more germs than any other object in the room. Other items are infested remotes and bedside lamps. “These objects are often forgotten when cleaned,” says Forrest Jones.

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5. The problem of dirty towels “You know where you are, most often, towels in rooms that were men occupation? On the floor by the bed. Almost every time, “said Jones often left uncleaned towels problem.

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