·In the linen closet
Inside the linen closet you'll find: an extra set of linens, a blanket, and occasionally some bathrobes. Use the inside of some throw pillows (for example) as your sneaky hiding spot—if they haven't been used, they're not likely to be touched or moved at all, and your equipment will remain concealed behind the closet doors.
·With the hairdryer
There's usually so much to clean up in the bathroom—between cast-off towels, splattered mirrors, and toiletry refilling—that an unopened amenity is likely to go completely untouched. To find one big enough to conceal your valuables, why not go after the ubiquitous hairdryer sack? A standard in all rooms, these are not likely to get moved at all.
·Inside the couch
A pull-out couch is a wonderful thing. It can enable hotel sleepovers, it can provide a separate in-bed TV-watching area, and it makes a great hotel hiding spot. Use its deep recesses to stash your commodities in, and rest assured—if you're still checked in to the room, no one is gonna be using that couch but you.
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