17. Get Two Room Keys
Always ask for two room keys — it helps hide the fact that you’re traveling solo. Keep both with you, one on your person and one in your purse. That way, if your purse is snatched, you can still get into your room. (But tell the hotel so they can change your key code.)
18. Don't Give Out Your Room Number
Make sure no one overhears your room number. If they do, ask for another room.
19. Check all Locks
Once you get to the room, check doors, windows, closets and the shower. Make sure all locks work, and use them — including the deadbolt and security chain.
20. Don’t Open the Door for Just Anyone
If someone claiming to be from housekeeping or room service shows up unannounced, call the front desk to check before opening the door. Many hotels will give you a five-minute advance call if someone is coming up to your room. You just have to ask.
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Jun 10, 2015 by Rieva Lesonsky
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