Park City, Utah - Hyatt Place

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I also believe that guests will quickly tire of the daily interruptions plus the need to lock up their things to prevent theft, and that they will book elsewhere ...
 

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I also believe that guests will quickly tire of the daily interruptions plus the need to lock up their things to prevent theft, and that they will book elsewhere ...
We always lock our valuables in our hotel room. I trust no one. My wife is also one who put the DND sign on the door when we leave the room because she doesn’t like anyone coming in the room period. That may not work anymore.
 
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As of this time, Hilton and Disney are the only ones I've seen that are doing this. There are many other hotel options.
 
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We always lock our valuables in our hotel room. I trust no one. My wife is also one who put the DND sign on the door when we leave the room because she doesn’t like anyone coming in the room period. That may not work anymore.
Not only does my wife put the DND tag on the door when we go out from a hotel room, she leaves the TV or radio on (over my environmentally-thoughtful protests) so that an intruder will think that someone's inside.