Hotels.com has made a curious analysis through a statistic to Spanish tourists where everyone confesses thieves, at least once, during their hotel stays.
Absolutely all respondents confess to having taken an item from the rooms of a hotel and 79% declare to do it regularly.
The hotel reservation website surveyed a total of 1,300 Spanish and British tourists and it is curious to note that neither show guilt for borrowing the items that are taken home after their hotel stay.
Among the most popular items are soap and shampoo bottles, seamstresses (does anyone really think they will ever use them?) And bath slippers.
Most of the respondents do not hide and justify their clean conscience since they consider that the hotels already have these small thefts or that the price of the room already includes the prices of these items. So everything that is considered free always ends up inside the suitcase. I am sure that the most useless thing they put in front of us, if it were free, would also end up in the majority pocket. So we are.
If they had surveyed me, I doubt that the figures would have changed, at least with respect to the shampoo bottles, since they are going great to fill with salt, sugar or oil to make mountain trips.
And you, do you usually take things from hotel rooms?
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