Traveling to different places may be exciting and interesting. After a tiring trip, there’s no better way than relax and have a good night sleep in your hotel room. Indeed, your hotel room is your home away from home. Except that it’s the place where hundreds of strangers from different parts of the world have already spent countless nights sleeping on the same hotel room. The irony of it is that the hotel staff may not have the same standards of cleanliness that you do at home. It’s nice to know that someone is taking care of keeping your hotel room in order but in terms of cleanliness, a presentable room does not equal a germ-free
To avoid an unpleasant experience, try the following tips as suggested by several leading online travel websites, so you may sleep more soundly on your next adventure.
Read the Reviews:
It’s important that you check out some websites that consider cleanliness on hotel rooms as a category for evaluation. You may visit TripAdvisor, which offers user ratings of numerous hotels, restaurants and businesses around the world.
Fling Off the Bedspread:
Perhaps you have already heard the story about hotels not washing their bedspreads after each unique hotel guest. The frequency of cleaning the bedspreads differs from one hotel to another. So, if the idea of an unknown guest used the bedspread that you are using right now, gives you the creeps, you may call the hotel and ask how often they wash their bedspread. Or, to feel safe, might as well bring your own blanket. 성남룸싸롱
It’s true that it’s the housekeeping guys who keeps your room in order. But, if you still feel uneasy, or you just want to be extra careful, you may spray the frequently touched areas with antibacterial sanitizer. Key places to spray for germs include the phone, door knobs, the toilet handle, the ice bucket, the remote control and bathroom faucet handles.
Wash Your Hands:
There is a saying that prevention is better than cure. Still, one of the best ways to prevent getting sick is by washing your hands properly. It has been proven that frequent hand washing help reduce the chances of getting colds and viruses from whatever it is you’re touching to your eyes, mouth or nose.