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This is Exactly What You Want to See on the Back of Your Hotel Room Door

April 3, 2014 at 4:46 PM | by | Comments (5)

We often gripe about housekeeping barging in on us, even though we've put out the Do Not Disturb sign. We've also been concerned about intruders breaking down our door (the likelihood is low but still) so when we saw this on the back of the door at The Bellagio we got excited. You know, in a hotel nerd way.

The hotel door has both a door lock (turn the handle up like in the photo) as well as a latch. Double the protection. It's especially useful when you're stalling in the room after check-out time. Not that we've ever done that or anything. Nooooooo. Not us.

[Photo: HotelChatter]

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This is news!

I'm not sure what's happening here. You're getting excited that your hotel door has a deadbolt and a lock? What happened to articles about new exciting hotels that were opening and upcoming hospitality trends? Now we're complaining about sticky notes (that have been around for years) and highlighting door locks (not even ones using new technologies!). I just don't get it.

Newsworthy?

I'm not sure what's happening here. You're getting excited that your hotel door has a deadbolt and a lock? What happened to articles about new exciting hotels that were opening and upcoming hospitality trends? Now we're complaining about sticky notes (that have been around for years) and highlighting door locks (not even ones using new technologies!). I just don't get it.

Lol

It's a snapshot of a hotel posted at the end of the day. Go read the rest of our site for more stories on cool hotel technology, new trends (hello Tesla house car!) and new hotels opening this month and beyond.

Considering it's a blog...

I actually appreciate reading up on posts like these about hotels doing it right. At the end of the day, it's all about the details and you guys go out of your way to highlight them. Thank you!

Safe

Every hotel has its own security and <a href="http://www.experienceihc.com">safety measure </a>. They are making it sure that they are rendering good quality service.

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