Staying in a hotel always brings a pleasant excitement resulting from traveling. Sometimes even one or two nights in such a place are enough for us to rest and gain energy to act. However, it is worth remembering a few rules that are better to follow after crossing the threshold of a hotel room.
Take care of yourself and check the room carefully
First of all, it is worth to carefully inspect the bedding and make sure it is fresh and impeccably clean. Fortunately, this requirement rarely deviates from the norm. Much more concern should be caused by the bedspread. This piece of equipment is washed very rarely, so when you arrive at the hotel, it is worth simply folding it and storing it away.
Examine the armchairs and poufs, and above all, give up walking barefoot on the hotel carpet, because it is a breeding ground for bacteria and dirt.
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It’s also no secret that the TV remote control is one of the dirtiest things in a hotel room, so it’s always a good idea to have disinfectant wipes with you. You can use them to wipe the remote control, door handles, contacts or the switch of the bedside lamp.
Most often, the greatest fear of tourists are bugs … Especially bed bugs, which unfortunately very easily settle in such places. Therefore, if you see any stains on the bedding or on the mattress, you should immediately turn on a red light. This is why it is so important to inspect the room carefully upon arrival.
Put the suitcase in the bathtub
Examine the bedding carefully, look under the bed and behind the nightstand for bugs, insects or remnants of them. Remember that this action will take you at least a few minutes, and during this time bedbugs will have already managed to get into your suitcase … Therefore, right after entering the hotel room, it is worth putting your suitcases and bags in the bathtub, and only then start thoroughly checking the room – suggests the website brilliant.pl.
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