7 Surprising Things You Should Never Ever Touch In A Hotel Room!

7 Surprising Things You Should Never Ever Touch In A Hotel Room!
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Holidays are just around the corner and we are all waiting for that happy moment when we get on board and fly to our long-awaited destination! If you can relate, then surely, you are now spending most of your evenings scrolling down the travel websites, hoping to find cheap air flight tickets or maybe you have decided to avoid the trouble and have sought a travel agency to make the booking process easier for you. In both cases, you are definitely not done! Planning a trip is not that easy. There are many other things to take care of such as packing your travel bag and purchasing a good travel insurance.

Once all this is done you move to the next step and you do all your best to learn about the travel tips and tricks that will keep you safe and healthy during your travel journey. But wait! Have you EVER thought that your hotel room can actually ruin your travel journey and make it your worst nightmare instead of your favorite experience?

Without any further ado, Read below to find out 7 gross things that you should never ever touch in your hotel room!

1. The Pillowcases

The Pillowcases
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Shocked? Don’t be! Those silky and fancy white pillowcases in your hotel room are one of the dirtiest things that you should never ever touch. Unfortunately, both the linens as well as the sheets are rarely cleaned properly. This means that most of the times guests are left to sleep in the same bedding and on the same pillows as the previous guests. Therefore, it’s always a good idea to cover your pillowcase with a clean towel to avoid exposing yourself to germs that can lead to skin irritation, breakouts, acne, and other skin problems.

Even better, always make sure you ask the reception at your hotel to let you check your hotel room first before you settle down.

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  1. I have a friend who twice in the past year, was infected by bedbugs after staying in two different Hilton Hotels!
    Needless to say, she won’t ever stay in another one.

  2. This is crazy. Look for a bench in the park instead. Or try to sleep at the bathtub in your hotel room. you are not allowed to touch pillows, comforters, and other bed clothing! Freaky!

  3. I agree with Rolf Minich.My husband and I are retired and traveled a lot before the pandemia.But after reading this article either I ignore it or stay home.


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