If you have booked a room in the hotel, can you take anything?
After a news that shocked the image of Indian tourists, the conversation on the facilities available on hotel room booking on social media remains a hot topic. Know which items you can take with you from the hotel room, which are not?
If you book a room in a hotel for some time, then what are the things that you can take with you? This question has suddenly come up for discussion because the news of the past weekend came to the headline, which gave Indians the need to think about their image. After this news, there are many reactions and comments being made on social media. At the same time, a website providing flight and hotel packages released the video, which customers cannot take with them from the hotel room.
In fact, when an Indian family went for a trip to Bali in Indonesia, they were taking soap dispensers, hangers, ceramic utensils and some electrical items with them when they checked out from the hotel room. After the news came out, the image of Indian tourists was questioned. Also, a question arose that how much awareness is there about which things you can take with you from the hotel room and which are not.
Indians like discounts and packages
Discounts and special discounts for flights, hotel booking and other facilities are more preferred among Indians. But, what is included in these special exemptions and what is not, should be aware of this. Many such discussions remain hot topics on social media. Amidst many jokes, Prime Minister Modi is being tagged many times in such posts and hashtag ‘Swachh Bharat’ is also being done.
The image of Indians has been tarnished even before
This is not the first case that an Indian has done such a thing by going to a hotel. According to a report by Quartz, there has been an incident of such a shock to the image of Indians in January 2018. At that time, some of the senior journalists who had visited the UK with West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee were accused that they were carrying some silverware from a hotel room in London. Later, he was fined 50 euros.