Do I leave my hotel room unlocked when I request for housekeeping to fix my room?

Or should I just tell it directly to the front desk people and leave my keys there? I know, it's a stupid question, but I've never stayed long enough in a hotel that I needed housekeeping. So, I've never requested for one, ever.

Asked By: - 8/23/2010
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Most hotels nowadays have copies of the keys to the rooms, or a master key that housekeeping uses. Housekeeping should simply use one of these keys to get into your room and tidy up. So keep your key on you. Most hotels have housekeeping go through each room once a day, usually during late morning/early afternoon... More
Answered By: LadyBastet - 8/23/2010
Additional Answers (5)
No, you don't leave it unlocked. The housekeeping people have a special key that can get into all the rooms. So lock it, so random people don't come into your room.
Answered By: h - 8/23/2010
leave it locked. Housekeeping staff have master keys to all the rooms' doors. That way your room gets clean and your sh*t doesn't get stolen
Answered By: Howie S - 8/23/2010
housekeeping has their own key. You lock the door when you leave.
Answered By: Sara - 8/23/2010
No they have a key to get in your room.
Answered By: Angela Scott - 8/23/2010
1] never leave room unlocked - housekeeeping has passkeys 2] never put out "make up room now" signs either - it tells thieves they can rob your room!! 3] do put away any of your valuables [ jewelry? ] or personals [ toiletries? underwear? ] you don't want others to touch
Answered By: Nurse Susan - 8/23/2010
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