Ireland ranks 13th in survey of most honest hotel guests

first_imgIRELAND’S HOLIDAYMAKERS HAVE ranked 13th in the world in terms of honesty as hotel guests in a new survey.The survey by Hotels.com has revealed that Danish travellers are the most honest hotel guests with those travelling from the Netherlands and Norway following behind.Three quarters of Irish people have never removed anything from a hotel room, apart from toiletries.One in four admitted to returning home with a few souvenirs from their hotel stay with linens and towels the most popular items for Irish hotel guests to swipe.A more daring 6 per cent admitted they found the fluffy white robes too hard to resist.(If you have trouble viewing this image, click here)Globally, 65 per cent of people say they have never taken an item from a hotel room with 88 per cent of those honest Danish hotel guests saying they have never pocketed anything.While it is in-room magazines, books, linens and towels that seem to be the main focus for sticky fingered travellers, other items those surveyed admitted to removing include pillows, electronics, irons and even in-room furniture such as lamps or alarm clocks.Despite the tendancy to remove hotel amenities, global travellers said there were some things they were willing to pay extra for like a room with a view or a balcony.Read: 9 things people in Ireland just can’t stop stealing>Read: On your knees: Hotel replaces Bibles with Fifty Shades of Grey>last_img

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