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I even got an email from someone who stayed at the Sofitel, and was not having "visitors," as he was traveling with his parents (40th anniversary present). They stayed at a resort and then came to the city to do some sightseeing. He hired a guide, and a driver. When the guide and driver would come up to his, or his parents' room, they were charged $20. They, of course, did not find this out until they were checking out and took notice of the bill. They complained, but to no avail.
I have been asked to list on Monaga.net the different policies with regard to different hotels. Like whether internet is free (or available), breakfast included, safety-deposit box included, etc. I agree, it would be great to have all that information in one place. Unfortunately, I don't have the time (nor the desire) to do that. Also, policies change from one day to the next.
Here's what I suggest. Before you make your reservations, check with each individual hotel to find out their policy is about guests, internet, breakfast, and the like. Upon check-in, reconfirm the information you were given. And finally, check your bill daily, if you think some shenanigans are taking place.
Knowledge is power!
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