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hotel safety tips for travelers

Hotel Safety Tips for Travelers

While traveling is a recreational, fun and exciting activity, there are still safety and security considerations that we must observe.

Follow these simple steps to ensure a safe and memorable trip:

Before your stay

Before booking your travel arrangements, it will be helpful to check if there are any travel safety advisories for the destination that you’re planning to go to.

Keep an eye on your luggage

Don’t just leave your luggage in the hotel lobby unattended. While the lobby area is often one of the most impressive parts of the hotel, it is also a public space. Keep an eye out on your belongings to avoid the unnecessary stress of missing your valuables.

Don’t let the front desk assign your room out loud

While this may be an SOP for most hotels, ask the front desk to write down your room number and not say it out loud so your security won’t be compromised.

Ask for the hotel’s business card

If you plan to go around town, ask for the hotel’s business card and keep them handy in cases of emergency.

Inspect your room

Before settling in your room, familiarize and check if the windows and door locks are functioning well and are secure from any unwanted visitors.

Use the in-room safe

Don’t just let your cellphones, laptops and other valuable items lounging around your room. When going out, make sure that you keep your belongings secure in the in-room safe. If you feel like the safe is not secure enough, you may request to safekeep your belongings in the hotel front desk. Just remember to request for a luggage receipt to document it.

For your peace of mind, choose a property than values both comfort and security. Aureo La Union provides its guests with 24-hour front desk and security services.

For more information, you may visit www.aureohotels.com.