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Wilderness Medical Society - snowmass 2005
Don't leave anything of value in your car or your hotel room.
Be aware that when using hotel reservation services that there may
Check your hotel bill and make sure nothing has been added that
you weren't aware of.
Check your hotel bill for telephone charges that you didn't make.
Be concerned if you see the switch board giving out rooms
numbers or if you see a pile of room keys on a desk
Be sure there is a safe for your valuables
When not in your room, hang a DO NOT DISTURB sign on the
When in your room, keep your key and valuables in one place so
you know where to grab them quickly in case of emergency
Select a hotel that has modern electronic door locks
Check that doors are also equipped with a dead bolt and a peep
Hotel rooms should be equipped with fire sprinklers and smoke
Hotel rooms should have telephone that allow outside dialing.
Windows should have functional locks
Hotels that limit access to the living spaces are more secure than
those that do not.
Look for hotels that monitor who enters the hotel via cameras
Stay with your luggage until it is brought into the lobby
Keep an eye on your luggage while checking in
If room numbers are announced to bell hops, ask for a new
room and no announcement.
Don't leave your credit card in view where the numbers
can be stolen
Ask the desk not to give out your room number and to
inform you if anyone inquires about you.
Immediately upon check in get two business cards or
matchbooks with the hotel name and address on them.
Place one by the phone so that you will always know
where you are and have one with you when you leave so
that you know where to come back to if you get lost.
If possible, do not accept a room with either doors or
windows that open to the outside
When checking in to your room
Block the door with a suitcase and perform a security check

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