10 Critical Hotel Safety Tips For Women Traveling Alone

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Look for protected entry

Some hotels have exposed doors, meaning anyone from the street can walk right up to your hotel room door. You don’t want that as a solo traveler. Make sure your hotel has protected entry, meaning someone must go through lobby doors, pass a concierge, and go down enclosed hallways to get to the room doors. You can usually determine this by simply calling the property and asking about it, or by looking up photos of the property.

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