12 Essential Hotel Room Safety Tips

Read These Tips Before Your Next Hotel Stay

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PRIOR TO ARRIVAL

1.) Before booking your stay, look at the area surrounding the hotel. Is it considered safe by locals? Is it safe to walk around after dark? Are crime and/or terrorism a threat in the city you will be visiting?

2.) With respect to choosing a hotel, find out if the front desk is staffed 24 hours a day. Is access to guest floors restricted by key card or some other means?

ONCE CHECKED IN

3.) When checking in, avoid a ground floor room if possible. Many experts recommend a room as low as the third floor and as high as the sixth, making break-ins unlikely but your floor will be low enough so that fire department ladders can reach you should an emergency arise.

Close and lock terrace doors.

Close and lock terrace doors.

4.) Once in your room, keep the door locked at all times. This includes deadbolts, security chains, and those newer swinging metal security bars. Don’t leave your door propped open – ever – even if just running down the hall.

5.) If someone knocks on your door claiming to be hotel staff and you haven’t requested the service, call the front desk before opening the door to verify that it is in fact a hotel employee.

6.) Protect valuables including important papers and passports by leaving them in the room safe which, although not 100% secure, offers protection from casual interlopers.

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