Increase Hotel Security
6. Put in door locks with room keys that do not show the room numbers. avoid announcing the room numbers when checking in guests. A hotel with up to date electronic guest room locks automatically changes the lock combination with every new guest, as a result there is little chance of someone having a duplicate key to a room.
7. Offer hotel visitors an guide from the bellman or security to their room or out to their vehicle, particularly after dark. Warn visitors not to leave valuables displayed in their vehicle and to be observant when entering the hotel parking lots. Remind visitors to use the main entrance of the hotel when arriving late in the evening.
8. Train hotel staff how to effectively deal with an emergency. Provide CPR training to hotel employee, so they can handle a medical emergency until emergency personnel arrive. Keep first-aid kits available to give assistance to a visitor in need. Supply on-demand van service for guests who need medication from a pharmacy.
9. Make sure telephones are available on each floor near the elevators and in the exercise room, with a direct dial to the front desk.
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