10 things that maids would like to convey the guests, but do not darePictolic
Maids around the world have to put up with a lot of nuances in his work: from petty annoyances to serious cases.
"Would you please not leave the TV on when you leave,' said the maid from the hotel Hampton Inn. — Because of his sound, we can't exactly understand in the room now or not, and speculated whether it is possible already to begin cleaning. You have to contact the staff at the front Desk, which is usually always busy... And again, please don't leave on the door the sign "do Not disturb" when leaving the hotel."
"Please do not dye your hair in hotel rooms! Takes an hour and more to return then the bath tub and sink to their original whiteness," — said the maid from another hotel chain Hampton Inn.
"We are working tirelessly, and (especially in hot countries), there is nothing better than receiving during the change a portion of a soft drink or ice cream. If you want to do something nice for the staff leaving, leave them a sweet treat or untouched bottle of soda in the fridge," advises former maid of one of Australian hotels.
"It never even hinted at, but how nice when the customer removes the bed linen before you leave! Great if all used towels placed in the same pile... This saves time maid who is required to perform normal cleaning in a well-defined term," — said the maid one hotel chain Holiday Inn.
"If you were sleeping on the bed, no need to bring it into perfect order before leaving. Staff may decide that it remained intact and not to change linens," warns former maid of one of the Australian resorts.
"People very often, overflowing trash start piling waste on the floor. Better ask a couple of garbage bags: always ready to help you keep the room clean," — said the maid from Hampton Inn.
"If you want a bit to facilitate our work, put all the garbage in one place, so the maid did not had to run around the room collecting it. It actually saves her time," — says an employee of Quality Inn.
"It is not uncommon suffering from diabetes guests to throw their used syringes with insulin without packaging, just in a garbage bag. I personally, once I got stuck with a needle of such syringe, and spent six months, donating blood and taking medications to be sure that are not picked anything", — said the maid from the Hampton Inn.
"Please use your existing in-room "do Not disturb" if you do not want to be disturbed. How many times I was yelled at people who wanted peace instead of cleaning his room, but did not bother to post the proper sign!" says another maid from Hampton Inn.
"I know that we are just staff. And some of us don't speak very well your language. I know what inconvenience does it give you the appearance of the cleaners in your room. But it is our job to care about the guests and the comfort in their room," says the maid from the Hampton Inn.