Trip Doctor: Noisy Hotel Neighbors Do's and Don'ts
...call the manager on duty. He can dispatch security. He’ll also know when your rowdy floor mates are checking out.
...ask for earplugs. Most hotels expect some type of noise pollution, be it from tropical birds, traffic, or a wailing toddler.
...take matters into your own hands. You want the hotel to be involved early on in case the culprit is uncooperative.
...demand that other guests move for your sake. If you want a quieter space, expect to switch rooms yourself.
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