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I have arranged to meet an escort in Amsterdam. All the hotels recommended by the gay sites were fully booked, so I had to book one from a 'general' hotel site. Should I expect any problem? The sweet thing is young and has dark skin, so he can hardly pass for my nephew or cousin. It is a 4-star hotel. Thanks for your input.

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As a frequent visitor to Amsterdam and a person that always stays at main stream hotels I have never had a problem with a guest. In fact one hotel asked me one night upon entering hotel with a friend (young and dark skinned - not my nephew) if I needed an additional key for my guest. Don't cause a row or a scene and nothing will be said or done by anyone, tolerance is one word that everyone in Amsterdam lives by.

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You're worrying about nothing. Don't be suprised if your young "thing" knows someone at the front desk, and they wave to each other as he heads for the elevator.

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As everyone else has already said, you won't have any problem.

 

One thing to note, however, is that most of the larger hotels are set up so that you need a room key in order to use the elevators so you will probably have to get the guy to call your room when he arrives and go down and meet him in the hotel lobby.

 

If you meet him somewhere else and then just take him back to the hotel with you nobody will even notice.

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Not the right forum, but for our traveling friends, in the better hotels in Bangkok, you'll not be able to bring your nephew up to your room.

 

My last attempt at that at the Royal Sheraton finally involved the US Embassy. I eventually was upgraded to a suite and I got to keep my nephew, but it was not without hassle, ebarrassment and a lot of knocking on my door by security (before the the US government became involved. Quite unpleasant.

 

Not to mention, my nephew was frightened.

 

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I can't remember where i stayed exactly two years ago, but I think the Hotel American (has the art deco restaurant. The guy (european) showed up around 10 pm, and they spoke to him, he asked to call the room, did so, and then they signed him in, complete with an identification number. can't remember if it was a passport or some sort of netherlands identity card/drivers license. pretty weird at the time. nice hotel otherwise.

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How old is your nephew? I know there are trolls who go off to a foreign land for sex with minors, and I'm not unhappy to hear the authorities in Thailand are taking steps against this exploitation (although in your case, unjustified). Couldn't one, in a nice hotel, make it clear at check-in that "this is my nephew"?

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In many places, the hotel will make your "guest" show their ID and fill out some kind of a registration card, or hold their ID at the desk until they leave. This is for YOUR protection! Especially in the poor countries, the temptations offered by your cameras/videos/Rolex/credit cards can be overpowering (assuming they're not the primary object of your companion). If anything disappears, the odds of tracking someone down if the hotel has taken their ID is much higher. Most countries have some form of national ID, which makes it easier to find the bad guys. Of course, in Amsterdam I don't think you'll run into this kind of risk, especially if your "nephew" is from one of the agencies.

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To add to Trilinguals comment, when the hotel does this inspection and registration, often you are charged a higher rate for the hotel room for having your nephew or lets be honest, guest, visit you. THis was the case for me in Brazil. There was nothing messy or embarrassing about it. Just more money.

 

I have visited Bangkok but never brought my nephew home with me. In fact I never even found my nephew but I looked damn hard to find him.

 

Most hotels are cool but in NYC, look out for late night security..... At the Sheraton Manhatton Hotel they made me come down in my PJs (well my duster) to meet a visitor after midnight. Buggers knew exactly what they were doing. Really pissed me off as I was paying a small fortune for the small room.

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Wow! Thanks for the excellent input everyone, this is really helpful. A few replies follow:

Like2hire: gayamsterdam.org (I think it's .org, not .com) has a section on hotels. A few other sites have one too, but I don't remember their names. Don't even bother to look for a room on week-ends unless you are booking 30 years ahead for an escort who is not born yet...

Bryan: yes, I that's the agency my eyecandy nephew is affiliated with. I know you used to work there. Off-topic, is it okay if I mention here how much I am drooling over your pics and reviews. One day I'll cum to Texas just to meet you.

HooBoy: Thanks for this great site. I'm glad for you for having a sweet young Asian nephew in your family...

Again, thanks everyone for your help. I'll write a review after the encounter.

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Now that it's been mentioned, I DID run into the business of having to pay more for "guests" in the room the last few times I was in Rio. I found it annoying, especially as any guests weren't overnight, and in one case actually was a local friend (and not a trick) I needed to come up to help me on my last afternoon with some packing and to take some extra stuff that just wasn't going to fit in my suitcases (OK, I over-shopped!). Another time, the manager helpfully said he'd note on my room registration that I could have guests, although I never did, and at check out discovered there was an extra charge for this "privilege." As it happened while I was checking out, and getting ready to head for the airport, I didn't have time to check with the local tourism/hotel association or consumer protection agency (yes, they actually do have those in Brazil) to see if this was a scam. Rio's the only place I've ever been that charged extra for guest privileges. I haven't run into this elsewhere in Brazil, which is what makes me wonder about its legality. The best rule, of course, is to ask at check-in if they have any policies about having guests. However, in most cases (at least in Brazil) you'll do better taking your "guest" to a "motel" which is explicitly designed for such adventures. Not only will your guest not be exposed to possessions that might be a temptation, but these sex hotels are often better suited to fun and games than your actual hotel room, with mirrors, porno videos, and in-room saunas and jacuzzis in the more elaborate units. They're also inexpensive, and they help control the amount of time, if you want, although many have overnight rates if you choose to stay all night with your "guest."

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