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Been staying at Sutus Court for a few days, in one of the new rooms at the front, coming in pissed at 4am and sleeping late. Last night I must have forgotten to put the door latch on.

 

Today I woke up suddenly to the sound of "mister, mister". Receptionist was standing at the foot of my bed. Just stands there at the foot of my bed and tells me they need to do something to my room and I have to change rooms. No f***ing problem, just walk into my room and wake me up any time you want.

 

I thought of the obvious but the cleaner was standing in the room as well.

 

I just showered, packed and left.

 

Over- reaction? It is just me?

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over reaction 100 percent. Maybe she did knock on the door and you didnt hear her. I know when I am in Patts I sleep like a log because of the sun, booze, tiredness etc. My girl has often had to shake me for a long time to wake me up. What would you do in her positions, she is doing her job, something needs doing to your room and you dont wake up after she knocks on the door. The door is half ajar, COURSE YOU ARE GONNA WALK IN. its not as if she could hear you having sex or anything is it, you were asleep. OVER REACTION FOR ME.

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Was she hot?

 

I need this info before I can give you a definitive answer.

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Strange yes. I've never had a problem there. But I will be sure to put the privacy lock on in future.

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over reaction 100 percent. Maybe she did knock on the door and you didnt hear her. I know when I am in Patts I sleep like a log because of the sun, booze, tiredness etc. My girl has often had to shake me for a long time to wake me up. What would you do in her positions, she is doing her job, something needs doing to your room and you dont wake up after she knocks on the door. The door is half ajar, COURSE YOU ARE GONNA WALK IN. its not as if she could hear you having sex or anything is it, you were asleep. OVER REACTION FOR ME.

 

Totally agree!

 

 

Bill

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No the door was closed, but I hadn't put the security latch on to prevent it from being opened. I'm surprised others are a happy for staff to enter their room when they are asleep but there you go.

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No the door was closed, but I hadn't put the security latch on to prevent it from being opened. I'm surprised others are a happy for staff to enter their room when they are asleep but there you go.

So if you had a house that you rented out and you needed a new boiler fitted and they were fitting it on a certain day and you had let your tennants know about this but when you arrived with the guy who was fitting the boiler you knocked on the door and there was no answer but you could hear music from the tv so you knew they were in. Would you just say, oh well, I cant just walk in, you will have to forget it mate, sorry.

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I agree with the OP its not good but only IF its as cut and dried as you said.

 

There is a good chance they were calling you and knocking on the door also but you just didnt hear it.

 

In your situation I would certainly have spoken to the manager and heard what he had to say first.

 

What time was this? Did you have the do not disturb card on display? If you did not then that gives them reasonable play to enter, for various reasons as you can often be expected to vacate a room in a reasonable time for cleaning etc.

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Sorry that's just plain silly. If you disagree fair enough but spare me the absurd comparisons. As it happens, as I left a different receptionist told me they had another booking for my room.

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So if you had a house that you rented out and you needed a new boiler fitted and they were fitting it on a certain day and you had let your tennants know about this but when you arrived with the guy who was fitting the boiler you knocked on the door and there was no answer but you could hear music from the tv so you knew they were in. Would you just say, oh well, I cant just walk in, you will have to forget it mate, sorry.

The key here is did they notify him in advance, bouncing into a room waking someone up to do something is just not on in my opinion. What did they have to do that was so important that couldn't wait for a bit of common courtesy?

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So if you had a house that you rented out and you needed a new boiler fitted and they were fitting it on a certain day and you had let your tennants know about this but when you arrived with the guy who was fitting the boiler you knocked on the door and there was no answer but you could hear music from the tv so you knew they were in. Would you just say, oh well, I cant just walk in, you will have to forget it mate, sorry.

 

if reception had told the op before hand that he was going to have to move rooms on a certain day that would be different.

Your guy would not just turn up out of the blue to fit the boiler would he 

and no he could not just walk into the house 

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Sorry that's just plain silly. If you disagree fair enough but spare me the absurd comparisons. As it happens, as I left a different receptionist told me they had another booking for my room.

 

 I don't think the reason for them being there is important, The fact that you obviously didn't answer the door/phone is probably why they came in the room. If this sort of thing is likely to upset you so much then just put the security lock on the door!

 

 To react the way you did is far beyond what is reasonable in my opinion! To be honest I would of said sorry to them for them not being able to wake me via the phone/knocking on the door.

 

 

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if reception had told the op before hand that he was going to have to move rooms on a certain day that would be different.

Your guy would not just turn up out of the blue to fit the boiler would he 

and no he could not just walk into the house 

so if he had his do not disturb sign up, how long would it be before they could "just walk in"  maybe he could be in serious medical trouble but you are saying that because he has his do not disturb sign up (which by the way he never) then nobody should ever walk in, even if they knew he was in there and they had been knocking on his door for an hour. How do they know he hasnt collapsed in his room etc etc. I am not snobby enough to make a fuss of a cleaning lady waking me up and seeing me sleeping in bed. Totally ridiculous.

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 I am not snobby enough to make a fuss of a cleaning lady waking me up and seeing me sleeping in bed. Totally ridiculous.

 

That probably would of had a happy ending anyway mate! 555

 

 

 

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 To react the way you did is far beyond what is reasonable in my opinion! To be honest I would of said sorry to them for them not being able to wake me via the phone/knocking on the door.

 

 

Bill

I admit I never thought of that one. Funnily enough, I forgot to tip them as well for the wake up call lol

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I admit I never thought of that one. Funnily enough, I forgot to tip them as well for the wake up call lol

 

You are a guest in their hotel my friend! you are always known as a guest all over the world. A guest should have some form of manors towards his host.

 If you have been out all night and got too drunk to be woken, then you should say sorry for causing them a problem!

I do think this response sums up why you had such a problem with this though, I am guessing that anything that doesn't go 100% your own way results in a big sulk from you.

 

 

Bill

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Strangers in ya room while you are sleeping? reasonable?  Get real, not on the planet i live on.

They could use the phone or knock till the cows come home, or have the cops do the job... Not the farkin maid FFS.

Good thing ya didn't put the latch on, they woulda needed an axe

I reckon, the OP was pretty cool... I certainly  would not have been, particularly if it was not the day of my departure.  entering people's rooms without permission is not on.

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You are a guest in their hotel my friend! you are always known as a guest all over the world. A guest should have some form of manors towards his host.

 If you have been out all night and got too drunk to be woken, then you should say sorry for causing them a problem!

I do think this response sums up why you had such a problem with this though, I am guessing that anything that doesn't go 100% your own way results in a big sulk from you.

 

 

Bill

Rubbish... you are paying for a room, they are not doing you a favour.... Say sorry for causing a problem by sleeping in the room you have paid for? Are you serious? Jeez....................

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You are a guest in their hotel my friend! you are always known as a guest all over the world. A guest should have some form of manors towards his host.

 If you have been out all night and got too drunk to be woken, then you should say sorry for causing them a problem!

I do think this response sums up why you had such a problem with this though, I am guessing that anything that doesn't go 100% your own way results in a big sulk from you.

 

 

Bill

 

wise up

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You are a guest in their hotel my friend! you are always known as a guest all over the world. A guest should have some form of manors towards his host.

 If you have been out all night and got too drunk to be woken, then you should say sorry for causing them a problem!

I do think this response sums up why you had such a problem with this though, I am guessing that anything that doesn't go 100% your own way results in a big sulk from you.

 

 

Bill

 

Ok, to clarify, seeing as you seem to have filled in the blanks with your own prejudices, having been told that I had to change rooms, I simply, calmly, said, "no, I'll check out, give me 5 minutes". No drama. As I left I simply left the key at reception. The downstairs receptionist called me back and asked why I was leaving and I explained politely why.

 

Each to his own, I suppose, but are you sure you really need to be so rude to someone you don't know?

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OP what time was this can you remember?

 

I agree with you 100% on this but if it was (say) lateish afternoon and they HAD been knockong on the door for a while then realistically what other option do they have?

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Rubbish... you are paying for a room, they are not doing you a favour.... Say sorry for causing a problem by sleeping in the room you have paid for? Are you serious? Jeez....................

 

There has been no mention of what time this was, so I am going by it was past noon.

 

It is entirely reasonable that they enter the room if you cannot be reached by the room phone or by knocking at the door.

 You are a paying guest, you should not expect to be woken by them at an unreasonable hour or have to put up with unreasonable behavior, but you should also expect that they may need access to the room during your stay for many different reasons. This is not unfair if it is at a reasonable hour and they contact you about it(obviously they tried and couldn't wake him)

As a landlord myself I have to do unexpected visits to my properties to check that they are being kept in a reasonable state, I would expect that if I go there at a reasonable hour that the people are in. If I have tried to reach them by phone and then by knocking and still get no answer, after a while I would enter the property to make sure all is well.

 

 

 

wise up

 

Great reasoning as to why my friend!

 

 

Bill

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Ok, to clarify, seeing as you seem to have filled in the blanks with your own prejudices, having been told that I had to change rooms, I simply, calmly, said, "no, I'll check out, give me 5 minutes". No drama. As I left I simply left the key at reception. The downstairs receptionist called me back and asked why I was leaving and I explained politely why.

 

Each to his own, I suppose, but are you sure you really need to be so rude to someone you don't know?

 

You stated in your OP that you had got in at 4am and were drunk, what am I filling in with my own prejudices?

 

I suppose I should of been more sarcastic as in your reply, but I say things how I see them.

 

You asked if this was unreasonable behavior on your part in the OP, you gave us hardly any details apart from they entered your room whilst you were asleep and that you hadn't got in until 4 am and were drunk.  I and others have posted what we feel and then you have reacted in the way you have, if you only want to hear that you are in the right? then maybe just ask your friends!

 

 

Bill

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Whatever happened to "nice to be nice"? Can you not disagree with someone without insulting them?

 

Jeez, woken up hungover, kicked out of my room and now Capt. Characterassassinator is on my case. Time for a sharp exit and quick shag I think.

 

Now, which way is Boyztown from here.....

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