Sunday, December 4, 2011

Employees only, unless you want to fold fitted sheets all day

Dear Hotel Guests,

While you may feel at home here, and we encourage that, you must still remember you are a guest. You do not live here, nor do you work here. Therefore, the cabinets are not your kitchen cabinets. You can't just paw through them searching for whatever it is you may need.

If you need something, ask us, it's our job to help, and there's a good chance we know exactly where it is, without running our grubby little fingers across everything in its way.

Another hot tip on the topic. If the door says "employees only" and you are not an employee, which you aren't, do not attempt to enter. An employee is someone who is paid to be here, you pay to be here, the difference is quite outstanding.

If you have any questions regarding whether you are employed by the hotel and are able to access rooms that are marked "employees only," please seek assistance from someone wearing a hotel name tag. (If you're not wearing one, there's another good indication you probably are not an employee.)

Unless you want to cook your own breakfast, clean up your room and change the sheets, cabinets, locked doors, pump rooms, and behind the desk are just some of places you should not be. And if you want to do all that, stay home.

Friendly Neighborhood Desk Clerk

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