Grab a Hotel Business Card
Each Friday, we feature a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip comes from reader Rob, who says:
“I always grab the business card for any hotel I stay in because it usually contains the email address of that hotel, because it is almost impossible in a lot of cases to hotels of the major chains directly. I photograph it then dispose of the card. So if you have any kind of dispute or questions, left property, etc., after you leave, you can them directly. I am going through this at the moment with the Best Western LAG. They charged me dollars for a room night that I paid for with points. By having their direct email address (the GM’s in this case) I have been able to them directly.”
Of course, a hotel business card also has the physical address of the place you’re staying—which can also come in handy. Thanks, Rob!
Related: Watch What You Leave in Your Hotel Room.
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