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Luxury hotel guests stealing beds, study reveals

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Stealing towels from the hotel, it is one thing, but for the record, the mattress is way too far.

A new survey shows that in the luxury of hotels to the guests, stealing mattresses and more often than anyone would ever have thought of. According to the survey, carried out by Spa, Heaven hotel and spa reviewer, five-star hotels, you are actually more likely to be seen as the major items that are missing, as opposed to a smaller, easier-to-conceal items.

Luxury hotels are more likely to have their mattresses stolen, a four-star hotel.
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The nonscientific survey polled 634 five-star hotels, and in 523 in five-star hotels, located primarily in Europe, a WISC-TV report.

Spa Heaven, CEO, Tassilo Keilmann, talked with many of the hotel owners, and learn how you can manage to steal something as large as a room.

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According to Keilmann, guests will most likely try to get in the bed, in the evening, as the reception is not open.

The survey also found that the items the guests will try to steal it, it depends on the quality of the hotel. At the five-star hotels are more likely to have bigger objects (such as televisions and coffee-makers) have disappeared, and the four-star hotels, shows, batteries and remote controls are apparently carried off by the guests.

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Keilmann said that he was amazed that the guests would even attempt to steal large items, as well as it would be easy for the hotel to find out who made the item. He also noted that the five-star hotels are less likely to report it, but since they don’t seem to be want to be connected with a single offense.

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Of course, bathrobes, slippers, and hangers are often stolen, but they are likely to be easier to replace than a mattress.

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