Staying in a Hotel on the West Coast? Don’t Touch These Things

If you are planning a road trip or even a flight to the West Coast, you’re likely going to have a great time no matter where you stay. But if you plan on staying in a hotel, there are some things that you should know.

 

For the most part, hotels are clean places that you shouldn’t be afraid of. But that doesn’t mean that there aren’t a few things to be wary of in your guest room. Hopefully, your trip to the West Coast of the USA will be a great one, and you won’t even be spending much time in your hotel. But when you are there, try to avoid touching these things.

 

The remote control

 

It may come as a surprise to you, but the remote controls in hotel rooms are some of the dirtiest items there. And the truth of the matter is that the maids who clean hotel rooms often overlook the remote controls and don’t even give them a quick swipe with an antibacterial cloth.

 

The ice bucket

 

Here is another item that you may be surprised about. The maids simply avoid touching the ice bucket, so watch out for germs.

 

The comforter on your bed

 

This one is a little more well known. Most people don’t cuddle up to the comforters n their hotel room beds because they are classically unclean. Your hotel hopefully washes the bedsheets between every guest, but they likely won’t be washing the comforter between every guest. Go ahead and fold this down and try to avoid touching it.