Tan complains she was treated poorly by the Standard, having helped with the hotel's launch and never once being offered a promotion. Of course, the hotel officially opened in 2008, so that's kind of a long time to go without any kind of recognition.
Not to mention: this was her second child, and when she gave birth the first time, she didn't get maternity leave then, either.
"She gave birth around 2:30 a.m. on a Saturday morning. As you can imagine, that's the busiest time in the hotel, when its bars and clubs are in full swing. So she's placed into a guest room while her husband is struggling to get there in time. She delivers the baby and is ushered out a side door so as not to upset the guests."
From the sound of it, the baby turned out ok. So to answer our original question, not much happens when you have to give birth in a hotel. But if you're doing it at the Standard, don't expect any special treatment!
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