An ex-hotel worker has shared how they respond to guests who are rude or annoying.
You might also have a key card that doesn’t work.
Former hotel worker Jacob Tomsky revealed in his book “Heads in Beds: A Reckless Memoir of Hotels, Hustlers and So-Called Hospitality,” that ‘key-bombing’ was an easy way to annoy guests without getting into trouble with their bosses.
He stated: “If you’ve been having trouble accessing your room with your key card, it means you’ve p***** off someone at the desk, and they’ll re-activate your key card when they see fit. It’s called ‘key-bombing’.”
However, just because your card doesn’t work doesn’t mean that the staff don’t like it. This can sometimes be due to keeping the card too close or on other phones.
Tomsky stated that they used a variety of methods to exact revenge on their guests.
He said that one was stealing from their mini bars and intentionally miscalculating the bill.
Your toothbrush might also be hidden. “fouled,”Tomksy warned.
It is possible to forget a good room, but they will most likely make you go to a worse one as soon you get rude.
He continued: “You probably could have had a really nice suite. “And you’ll never know it. “I became the master of instant Karma.”
Surprisingly it was the richest guests that were most likely to be a victim of the acts of revenge.
He explained that “especially the affluent, treat people as they would not otherwise.”
“Meanwhile, hardworking people – who might be getting screwed – won’t say anything.”
Hotel owners are also known to expose the worst types of hotel guests. This includes those who steal food from their buffets or take their own dressing gowns.
A former hotel worker shared his reasons why you shouldn’t eat the waffles and eggs at the hotel buffet.
Keep the hotel key card holder in your bag. If you lose it, it can lead to your belongings being stolen.