Answering for that hotels where I’ve labored in Texas…we don’t. I’ve had the issue elevated many occasions, which is rarely when acted on. When it’s, the outcomes will always be worse than not doing anything.
Sometimes someone will attempt to sneak up. Unless of course we all know for certain that they’re not really a guest (ex. we had them pleading or resting on the home, faced them, plus they accepted they weren’t a guest), it isn’t worth it of claiming something.
Go ahead and take minuscule quantity of food and beverage this person might eat within our buffet, then weigh it from the expense and need for getting to pay a guest wrongly accused. We’re compensated by visitors to supply a positive experience. Something that distracts from that have receives extra scrutiny. Which applies for things we all do: if doing something will anger our visitors, we think hard, and more often than not, find an alternative choice.
I care mainly concerning the visitors getting a great stay, because that’s the way we make money. Because of the choice between overlooking somebody that might not be a guest on a single hands, or potentially offending a guest we falsely accused, I’ll go ahead and take first option every day. Small losses in food and beverage tend to be simpler to soak up than big losses from angry visitors. One angry guest may cost your accommodation greater than the whole day’s breakfast.
It isn’t worth intervening.
Further, our free breakfast functions as advertising. Oh, you’re here to satisfy a customer? Feel free towards the breakfast and occasional, and don’t forget we’ve meeting rooms for the following time you need to host a celebration. What’s that? You like this hotel and wish to book a stay for the company? It might be my pleasure to help.
Is it Possible to Become Japanese?
Happy In Japan: As a US citizen who has considered naturalizing to Japan, I have a few questions for 井上さん.\n1) I've read that the hardest part of naturalizing to another country as a US citizen is getting the US to let you go. For example, you have to pay a $500 fee for a paper hearing to be held by a US judge to determine if you are giving up US citizenship to get out of paying taxes. Any truth to this? Did the US let you go easily?\n2) If you give up your US citizenship, I was told through the rumor mill that you will be put on a black list and will have a hard time visiting the US after naturalizing elsewhere. Any truth to this?\n3) Lastly, what advantage do you find in having Japanese citizenship over US? I've read conflicting opinions about if it is worth it. \nThanks much!\nAndrew
Min-Jun: Traitor stamp? That's hilarious XD
Antonio Ugas: That Panic! At The Disco reference tho
Kimochīi -Onii-chan: Kartikeya Krishna, you're lol
Alencia Patterson: i love japanese
Alencia Patterson: Thanks
Alencia Patterson: I dont know what that is so i'll ask my parents. I hope you asked yours
thisCLUMSYgirl: I want my own traitor stamp.
vallycнυ: Hello, my name is Val. I was born and raised in Japan, by American parents. I will make this clear. I do not look Japanese, but I speak it fluently, I eat it everyday and am in the culture everyday. I didn't even know that my parents were not Japanese until about 10 years old. I dont even know how life is outside of japan and being there since i was born, I consider myself Japanese being someone who lived there all there life.
Pavat Pichetsin: vallycнυ can't you answer the japanese questions mr val