10 Critical Hotel Safety Tips For Women Traveling Alone

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Don’t stay on the first floor

This is an easy tip to follow, but you have to make plans in advance. Once you’ve selected your hotel, call and make a special request to not be on the ground floor. The ground floors are the most vulnerable to attack. But if you wait until checking in to make this request, the hotel may not have any upper-level rooms available. If the rooms have balconies that either face the bustling town center, or a quiet parking lot, request one facing the town center.

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