Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN)–The luxury of staying in a hotel is a lot of fun. However, some resort to taking items that are not theirs when leaving. Here, it is necessary to note that some belongings must be left in place.
And the Egyptian travel blogger, Islam Hassan Allam, posted a video on “YouTube”, about the most prominent mistakes that guests can make in Egypt’s hotels. (Watch the video above.)
Items that are allowed to be taken when leaving the hotel:
- Soap and shampoo
- comfortable shoes
- Sewing kit
- Razor blade and after shave cream
- Toothbrush and toothpaste
- shower cap
- bath loofah
Items to be avoided:
- Pillows and bed linen
- Hair Dryer
- coffee cups
Allam drew the attention of his followers about a number of things that should be taken into consideration during the stay in hotels.
For a start, some people resort to pouring large quantities of food into their plates, when there is an open buffet.
This is a mistake because it is considered a waste of food, according to Allam, on his YouTube channel.
While hotels schedule check-in at 2pm, some guests arrive early in the morning hoping to get the day started, putting hotel staff under pressure to prepare the guest room, which is often unavailable earlier in the day.
It is very important to stick to clothing appropriate for the place you are visiting. For example, you cannot enter the hotel’s restaurants in a swimsuit, although its seating is not suitable for wet clothes.
The video is mainly intended to inform people of the mistakes that they should avoid while staying in hotels.
And Allam definitely recommends traveling because it helps to see the world from a different perspective.
Indonesia is his favorite travel destination, as he visited it about 7 times because of the beauty of its nature, and its friendly people.
The Egyptian travel blogger has visited 9 countries so far, namely Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Indonesia, Malaysia, China, Thailand, Lebanon, UAE and Qatar.
In turn, he is keen to read people’s comments about the hotel before booking it, choosing to stay in hotels in the city center, or those close to meeting his daily needs.