Hotel rooms are a place of passage shared by thousands and thousands of people with completely different habits and quirks. When you arrive at a hotel, do you ever wonder how many people have been in the same room as you? Sometimes it is better not to think about it… We all know that the rooms are cleaned between stays but, unfortunately, the cleaning teams don’t always have the time to disinfect everything. Are you staying in a hotel soon? Keep reading the post and get to know the “dirtiest” places in hotel rooms.
The amount of people who stay in hotels every day makes them privileged places for bacteria to appear and remain. The cleaning teams’ lack of time, combined with the factor of high occupancy, can make germs remain.
Before using the glass cups in hotel rooms, especially if they are in the bathroom, wash them thoroughly first. While not the most sustainable solution, if you have disposable cups on hand, these can be an option.
Can you imagine how many people have touched the TV remote control, which was most likely forgotten by the cleaning crews?
Lamp or switch
Like the TV remote control, lamps and switches are touched by thousands of people and are an excellent place for bacteria to stay.
Sometimes hotel staff do not have time to change all the bed linen and there may not be time to wash and dry the duvets. When we sleep, we release lots of oils and skin particles that lodge particularly in this area making it one of the dirtiest places in hotel rooms.
We don’t want your next hotel stay to be less positive and with more concern. We just want you to think about these objects and, the next time you stay, take some special care. We also suggest that you take disinfectant wipes with you! They will be your best friends!
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