Hotel Safety for Holiday Makers

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We’ve come a long way since the days of the completely blind ‘allocation on arrival’ style holidays. If you’re unfamiliar with the concept, allocation on arrival is a way of keeping costs (and expectations) to a minimum, by literally greeting a plane load of tourists with coaches destined for whatever hotel happens to have a bed in the area. Your group could be split up. You could be given the worst room in the hotel. You could be driven miles away from where you wanted to be. No one would even know where you’re staying until you call to let them know. Hardly the safest way to travel.Of course, the upside – for anybody optimistic enough to believe that this could actually ever happen – is that you could be taken to the foremost hotel in the area and given a penthouse suite far beyond your expectations. This probably happened to someone once, and they’re no doubt still telling the story every chance they get.

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