rules tighter about girls in hotel rooms?

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j57 wrote: Sun Dec 08, 2019 7:49 pm often times girls borrow IDs from co-workers to go back to hotels.
That happened to me last time I was in PP. Hotel staff caught it and refused her entry. Quite a pain.
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Are there any decent short time hotels in PP?
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mcbike wrote: Sun Mar 01, 2020 3:37 am Are there any decent short time hotels in PP?
Yes.
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it also proves the age of the lady and prevents the hotel from getting involved in underage sex trade.
of course there are those who don't give a shit who they are fucking or where.
I don't want to stay in a hotel that won't allow guests...sometimes this is found in the fine print.
But, I do want a hotel with the ID standard.
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Nicolas wrote: Thu Nov 21, 2019 6:40 pm
Phnom Poon wrote:is this another underage thread?
this poster draws an unpleasant character with his questions
I don’t think so. It’s not a rule specific for girls, any guests “staying” in an hotel has to be registered. No matter if it’s an hour or a day.


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Rules on registration of all guest have been enforced more strictly for the last year or so, there was a big hohah in the press when the government ordered a clampdown. No specific reason was given but, at that time,i was also told the government was checking estate agents to see what properties were being rented out and then going round demanding tax, so it may have more to do with maximising tax revenue form naught landlords and hoteliers who were not reporting their true number of guests
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