Hotel Lounge Trafficking: Hawaii Five-0 Edition

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    So I'll be the first to admit that I think hotel club lounge access should be more strictly enforced in the US. Outside the US I find hotels are usually fairly strict about access, as an attendant usually asks for your room number to make sure you're eligible for access, not exceeding your guest limit, etc. However, at many properties in the US, as long as you have a room key that gets you access to the lounge, you can bring in just about as many people as you want. Like, I can't even count the number of times I've seen one person eligible for club access, and they use their key to bring in basically their entire extended family. Apparently yesterday I was "that" person, as I was called out for bringing guests into a club lounge. And I'm curious if I was in the wrong. The post Hotel Lounge Trafficking: Hawaii Five-0 Edition appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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