Hotels allow girls to visit guests

Visiting the hotel? Hotel etiquette for your travels - what is allowed?

The questions answered in this article have probably been asked by everyone who has stayed at the hotel. What is it like when I want to receive visitors in my room? Can I take something away from the buffet for the day? And can I take food to the hotel and consume it there? So that you are on the safe side, know what to expect and you don't get into trouble, we asked around for you.

  1. Can I have visitors in my hotel room?
  2. Can my visit stay overnight in my hotel room?
  3. Can I pack something for the day at the buffet?
  4. Can I order food in the hotel or go shopping there?
  5. Do I have to expect a penalty for violations?
  6. Can I hold a business meeting in my hotel room?
  7. Can I hold a business party in my hotel room?

Can I have visitors in my hotel room?


Believe it or not, but you are allowed to the hotel alone decide. As a guest, you have no house rights and are allowed to do so don't just take non-guests to your room. That is why we recommend using the Talk to reception. If your visitor just wants to take a look at the room, the hotel usually doesn't mind.

Can my visit stay overnight in my hotel room?

Here the rule is pretty clear: No. If the hotel notices this and is discreet, you will likely higher cost on your bill (usually an additional 50% of the basic price). But it can also be that you are knocked and the Discussed violation at your hotel room door becomes. Very uncomfortable. There is also a legal side. The Federal Registration Act states that fellow travelers must be registered. So book friends either in your room or book another hotel room for them.

Can I pack something for the day at the buffet?

Here too a resounding no. The hotel calculates the prices for breakfast, which means that if you make yourself a roll for the day, it is not covered by the breakfast price. That can sound weird now, when you may have only consumed a bowl of cereal while others devour mountains of rolls and eggs, but from this one Difference arises the mean valuewith which the hotel charges.

In this case, too, you still have a chance: Communication. Talk to the receptionistthat you have a long day trip ahead of you, for example, and that there is an opportunity for you to pack something for it.

Can I order food in the hotel or go shopping there?

There is for it no law thoughbut you make yourself up not popular if you have brought your own food consume in the hotel room. The most hotels have a catering serviceYou as a customer will be lost if you do that. It's a bit like bringing your own food to the restaurant and eating it at the table. Most hotels also have a room service, which you should use if you still want to dine in your room.

Do I have to expect a penalty for violations?

With a You do not have to expect civil or criminal prosecution, that will not happen in the cases discussed. But the hotel has the option to welcome you in the form of To reprimand pluralizations. For example, when you take a bread roll to your room every morning or when you let a guest stay in your single room. Apart from that, there can also be unpleasant conversations in which you are pointed out that your behavior is not welcomed.

Can I hold a business meeting in my hotel room?

Hotels cater for such Opportunities for meeting rooms where you can hold important meetings can. After all, a hotel room is somehow also the space in which you sleep and thus privacy. Some hotel rooms don't even have enough space to sit at a table, if there is one at all.Means: hotel rooms are not intended for this.

Can I hold a business party in my hotel room?

This is where the argument from the previous question comes into play: Hotels have for such events mostly premises providedthat go much better with the occasion than your hotel room. In addition, you can make your celebration something of high quality and appropriate to the occasion, for example if the hotel staff has served or small snacks have been prepared by the hotel kitchen.

Good behavior in the hotel

What is self-evident for some, others do not even know. We may have copied some of the “bad habits” in hotels from our parents, because they didn't know either that one or the other was not right. We hope this little hotel guide has given you some clarity and wish you a pleasant stay on your next hotel visit.

Here is a summary of the most important questions:

1. Can I have visitors in my hotel room?

As a guest, you have no house rights and are allowed to do so don't just take non-guests to your room. That is why we recommend using the Talk to reception. If your visitor just wants to take a look at the room, the hotel usually doesn't mind.


2. Can my visit stay overnight in my hotel room?

The Federal Registration Act states that fellow travelers must be registered. So book friends either in your room or book another hotel room for them.


3. Can I pack something for the day at the buffet?

The hotel calculates the prices for breakfast, which means that if you make yourself a sandwich for the day, it is not covered by the breakfast price.

Published by Maike Rosenburg on April 29, 2019 under On business trips, hotels and travel.