Today we’re writing directly to those of you who come to London on business, and also like to indulge in high class escort services. You really don’t have to spend a fortune on hotels. If you save money on your hotels, you can spend more on your company! Now that’s a good idea, if ever we heard one.
You may have a favourite hotel that you stay in every time you come to London. You may even invite our girls to join you there from time to time too. But just think about it for a moment. If you book a cheap hotel, you could book another girl and stay another night! Use websites like Hotels.com and Booking.com to find some of the best deals in the city.
Here are a few examples of what you could be booking, in some of the areas where we have incall high class London escorts:
Now, they won’t be what you’re used to of course. But then, what do you really need anyway? All the girls you see when you’re in town have their own apartments all over Central London, so you can just go and see them instead. And you only really need a shower and a bed right? And somewhere to hang your clothes. You can always go out to a local restaurant or café for your breakfast, and they usually have coffee in your room anyway, so if you need that early morning fix, you’re sorted!
If you’re in a budget hotel somewhere in London, we do not recommend inviting one of our high class London escorts to join you there. Once they realise where it is, they’ll likely to not even bother turning up, or we’re not likely to even take the booking if we realise sooner. We don’t think that you’d actually be this thoughtless of course, but it’s worth pointing out. If you want a girl to join you in one of these type of hotel rooms, you have the wrong agency here. We’re not knocking the hotels of course, but when you look at some of our girls, and the way they get themselves all dressed up for a date, they’re not going to fit in at all in these places.
They are used to going to outcalls where they can perhaps meet their date in the lobby even, or perhaps the bar where they get to share a drink together. Not always the case of course, but at least to a place big enough to go relatively unnoticed when they’re crossing the lobby to the elevators to get to your room. Or at least a hotel large enough to not really care about who is coming and going to rooms. Some of these smaller hotels we’re talking about are a little too friendly and intimate. The front desks are often manned 24 hours a day by one person who is right in your face as soon as you walk through the door. And believe it or not, these cheaper places are far more security conscious about who is going to who’s room than some of the most expensive hotels in London!