10 Critical Hotel Safety Tips For Women Traveling Alone

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Bring a door stopper

Even if you’ve determined a property is very safe, there is no harm in taking extra precautions. As a woman traveling alone, it’s a good idea to always bring a door stopper. Even if you’ve taken the precautions of choosing a hotel in a safe neighborhood with a 24/7 concierge, there is still no guarantee that someone won’t try to gain access to your room. A door stopper is an additional layer of protection.

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