Etiquette of sharing hotel room

posted 1 month ago in The Lounge
  • poll: What is the right thing to do?
    Suck it up, they are your guest. Who needs sleep anyway : (0 votes)
    It is ok to ask them to go to the lobby : (35 votes)
    42 %
    it is ok to ask them not to take a nap : (0 votes)
    it is ok to ask them to go to the lobby but not ok to ask about not taking a nap : (48 votes)
    58 %
  • Post # 31
    Member
    6863 posts
    Busy Beekeeper
    • Wedding: September 2012

    Your brother is an ass. You are on a work trip in which YOU (assuming you or your company at least) paid for the hotel. He needs to do whatever the hell you tell him to or he can go pay for his own room. 

    Post # 32
    Member
    423 posts
    Helper bee

    Why on earth did you invite your stoner brother to come with you on a business trip?

    Post # 34
    Member
    8658 posts
    Bumble Beekeeper

    onepeople101 :  How disappointing. You were trying to get closer with him, and his need to get high even at risk to your fricking career which is paying for his hotel room, is messing it up. Very sad. This is not your fault and you should not feel bad that he’s throwing a tantrum. You should however, learn a lesson from it. Stoners gonna stone. You are clearly not going to get him to stop, so any relationship you have with him has to be with the understanding that he vapes THC. If you don’t approve or don’t want to be around that, you’re not going to be able to have a close relationship with this brother.

    Post # 35
    Member
    3294 posts
    Sugar bee

    misslucy :  My husband did that when we were engaged. I was at a hotel in DC for a month and he would come down Friday – Sunday and tour on his own while I went to work. 

    Post # 36
    Member
    301 posts
    Helper bee

    No vaping in the room. Lights out when I have to sleep to prepare for work. No disturbing me when I’m sleeping. I’d have no problem saying that to a sibling. You’re there for work, and were nice enough to let him crash at your hotel but work is your #1 priority and he should respect that, no questions asked.

    Post # 37
    Member
    6014 posts
    Bee Keeper

    You tried to do something considerate and nice–he refuses to be considerate or nice in kind. He has no respect for you or what is at risk for you. He’s being a dick. Sorry, Bee. 

     

    Post # 38
    Member
    1333 posts
    Bumble bee

    Since he has a 6-figure salary, he can pay for his own room. Frankly, I’m not sure why two adults would want to share a room in this kind of situation, particularly if money isn’t an issue. 

    Post # 39
    Member
    5752 posts
    Bee Keeper
    • Wedding: September 2016

    onepeople101 :  Your brother sounds pretty emotionally stunted. It was kind of you to invite him but you probably should have just made him get his own room from the beginning. If he’s making a 6 figure salary, he doesn’t need to share a room and if he can’t be in a room by himself, he’s got some pretty significant issues that a professional should be contacted to work through with him.

    Post # 40
    Member
    743 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: City, State

    onepeople101 :  If he’s smoking weed in a hotel room which your company is paying for, you can be held accountable for that. He needs to stop immediately. One of your neighbors could complain and your company could find out. Would you let him murder someone in your hotel room?

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