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    Bandara Hotels & Resorts

    Enquiries Well, I think because pay for service and they are expecting that linen should be change along with other hospitality service. But for your hotel if you have letter/card explain to guest about water conscious, I am sure that most of them are well understand. And will help on this.

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    M Ev Lin

    Udakanda-Villa your board sound better for me. Still do the changes every two days.
    This chat is very helpful. Thank you guys.

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    SaKats

    For my villa in Greece we change the linen and clean every 4 to 5 days and of course when we have shorter stays after the guests leave. Usually when the guests stay for 5 to 6 days they only want new towels.

    We do provide many clean beach towels as well because many tourists here take the white hotel towels to the beaches/ swimming pool and then they become so dirty you will need buying new ones.

    However even if they don't want it, I absolutely insist that I clean the villa and change the beds at least once a week because otherwise it will be an absolute mess and will take a lot of time, cost and trouble to get it ready for our next guests.

    If you are a small business it's a disaster financially to change the linen every single day. It is also uneeded and I doubt it's something extra appreciated by your customers. Do people change their beds in their own house every day? You are better off in my opinion as a small business, investing the laundry money in other amenities that will impress and be appreciated much more by your customers like a great welcome basket etc.

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    Info

    RSA is a water scarce country! I agree with linen changes every 7 days and towels as  guests request. No extra charge of course!

    Regards, Antoinette. Makarios on Sea

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    Eugenia Ruaburo Agbisit Sikdar

    Linens  and Towels.  I myself wash my linens, condition and iron them so I know that it is done properly.  My guests always comments how fresh & crunch smells my beddings and are very much appreciated because it is in home cleaned.

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    Eugenia Ruaburo Agbisit Sikdar

    It is a MUST that when my guests leaves , towels  and  the beds must be stripped off immediately.

    When they stay for more than 1 week, I always ask them to change the beddings. Some guests do not want to be disturbed.

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    Eugenia Ruaburo Agbisit Sikdar

    TOWELS?????  I always give my guests 2 towels each and  spare ones, too ,  Some guests change their towels every day.

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    M Adamopoulou

    Linens and towels. Of course immediately after checkout all linens are stripped off and washed by me. Drying under the shining sun gives them a sensational feeling. Ironing is also made by me personally. Guests appreciate it and thank me for the freshness. Some of my guests also do their laundry in my home downstairs.

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    Info

    When guests check out ALL linen and mattress covers are striped and send to the laundry who does the washing, drying and ironing. Towels are changed every day but bed linen every 4 -7( max) days depending on the length of their stay.

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    Apollopavilion47

    I change linen every third day and towels every other day, pick up the garbage and make the beds, clean the bathroom every day, as we are on an island most of my guests are summer vacationers with kids you can imagine the number of toys and sand they bring with.  this way we check the room every day if the there is a damage, something missing, so far I am satisfied 

     

    Vasileia Ftochogianni

    Lemnos, Greece

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    Eugenia Ruaburo Agbisit Sikdar

    Most of my guests stays in any of my Apartment from 1 to 3 days.  I make their beddings, supply clean towels and change when they leave for the next guests.  But when my guests stays more than 3  days, I supply a reservation of bedsheets and towels. I do not disturb  but to allow their privacy and feels it is their home away from their home .  I always tells them if they need me to call me. But at times in depends upon my guest:  I DO SPOT CHECK MY APARTMENT.

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    Apollopavilion47

    you can go in the room when they leave to go for a walk or site seeing, I do not think they stay in the room all day, this way you respect their privacy and their room is always clean and in order, that my opinion 

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    M Adamopoulou

    Apollopavilion47 “if they leave to go for a walk...” and if they don’t? My last guest came for 4 days and they didn’t go anywhere. They just stayed inside relaxing and admiring the view. Sometimes guests just want to relax and do nothing.

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    Akwador

    We have a policy of towel change every three days, or subject to guest request (if they put towels in the shower tray). Most guests go full three days before we change - however we also let our cleaners use their judgement, if towels are wringing wet and it is raining outside so they are unlikely to be dry by the evening, we change them. As for bedding we change once a week. Most people will not change their home bedding daily, so why are you bothering to do so? Naturally, if the bedding becomes stained or soiled, the cleaners will strip it and request fresh bedding. The answer is to have intelligent cleaning staff.

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