The Secret Hotel Sex Parties Of The Mega-Rich-Strange Stories Behind The Closed Doors Of The Hotel Industry
In what appeared to be a well-known fact, a front desk manager spilled the beans to Vice, Informer about the secret hotel sex parties of the mega-rich. Everything goes in a hotel for the super-wealthy in America, and there are no limits to what you can do or say. The article will detail how this job can be physically and emotionally draining for the hotel employees.
In the broader service business, the hotel industry is one of the most essential components, catering to consumers that want overnight accommodations. In the United Kingdom, there are a lot of different types of hotels, from well-known five-star and luxury hotels to big national budget brands that are well known. This means that there is a need for all kinds of hotels and other serviced places to stay.
The need is spread out across upper, middle, and lower scales of demand. There are more upper and posh hotels in London because there are a lot of tourists and people who have money. Hotels in the United Kingdom are now making more than 100 British pounds a night from each room now.
In this video, a Front House Manager describes what it's like to work in a luxury hotel for the super-rich. The Informer describes how the job may be physically and emotionally demanding, ranging from renting out the entire hotel for a "themed" orgy to covering the tracks of employees who have been sleeping with customers. Everything from blood to gore is a part of the work.
"Informer" is a youtube series in which the public is treated to anonymous confessions and insights from people who work on the inside of various industries, institutions, and events. Informer is a British TV show that was made for the BBC by Neal Street Productions and written by Rory Haines and Sohrab Noshirvani.
In the video, the informant stated that a group of approximately 60 rich people expressed an interest in renting the entire hotel so that they could just transform it into a gigantic orgy on one particular weekend. They were covered with blood, feces, and semen stains when they left the room. When their bellboys arrived, they handed over a black light, which is a bulb that generates ultraviolet light, for them to use. They discovered that every aspect of the room, particularly the bathroom, was covered in stains and semen.
The man in the video worked for around 10 years as a Luxury Hotel Manager. The famous pop star, Russian Oligarchs with a strong feeling of entitlement are among those staying at this hotel. This premium boutique hotel is a haven for people who come to relax and enjoy themselves. In the pool, people were having sex with each other, and a couple was having sex on a balcony.
In the confession video, the man faces unpleasant scenarios involving husbands and their lovers, followed by the actual wife, which is a tragic narrative for a married pair. "The issue with dealing with wealthy customers is that they want the staff to be available at their beck and call, regardless of the request. The high rollers would frequently approach beautiful staff members and ask, "Will you meet me tonight in my room later tonight?" This shows that the staff also experiences sexual harassment at the workplace.
"I can safely say that the hours they made me work, the wild situations you'd run into, it's a miracle that I never got into a really bad car accident commuting. It slowly burns you out in a way you can't explain until you're out of it. You just kind of know something's wrong and you're not happy. The biggest thing that the public doesn't understand about the hotel industry is that there are wild things happening behind closed doors every single day," he revealed.
"I don't see why he has to wear a mask for this, haha. Find the nearest service industry bar in any town, and you'll hear stories like this. It's not just the mega-rich throwing drug-fueled, wild sex parties in hotels and treating the staff poorly. And it's not just boutique hotels where you'll be overworked, and having panic attacks on the regular, that's just working in the industry, honestly. Not that that's right, but that's how it is." - ArcadeOptimist
"Yeah, this felt like style over substance. I wasn't shocked by any of it. Drugs and prostitutes are a thing, having a sense of entitlement is a thing."—TowBotTalker
"I think it’s part of a series of videos where the idea is everyone wears that kind of mask to ‘inform’ on the secrets of their profession." - Grunulak
"Anyone who has worked in hospitality at high end hotels knows that these stories are truth. As a front desk agent at a famous flagship boutique hotel, it was enough to witness the petty tantrums by the super rich while they treated staff horribly, expecting everyone to fall over themselves for a tip, which made me sick to my stomach, regardless of the other shenanigans. It's enough to make you want to defecate in their luggage." - Michael Moraga
"That was the main thing I hated about working at a luxury hotel. The entitled rich people were the worst to deal with. They were so stupid but acted like they cured cancer" - Cameron Carmona
"I’ve always wanted to own my hotel one day but things like this disheartens me. People are so inhuman. My mom has a friend who worked at a 5star hotel in the US, she got assaulted by a wealthy guest but the guest was gone before they knew it. The worst part is that the hotel did nothing but fire her." - Feed with Confetti
Many properties around the world have hidden rooms that only people who know about them can see. It's a way for the hotels to show that they care about their customers or make people talk about them. Many of these rooms, like the Jackie Gaughan suite, have interesting histories or looks.
Guests may take home essential amenities provided by the hotel during their stays, such as shampoo, lotion, and other vanity products. You may be charged extra or fined if you bring more expensive items, such as linens, artwork, or electronics, and the following items should be avoided:
- Keep valuable jewelry in your suitcase or dresser.
- When taking a shower, leave the bathroom door ajar.
- Cover the smoke detectors
- Forget to check the bed.
- Break something and fabricate a story about it
- Prepare anything in the absence of a proper kitchen area.
Having several sexual partners is associated with a number of dangers, including maternal fatalities and problems, cancer, sexually transmitted infections, alcohol, and substance abuse, as well as a social stigma in some cultures. Harvard Health Publishing Senior Faculty Editor Robert H. Shmerling, MD, gives his thoughts on the subject and concludes that the more sexual partners, the more health risk. The BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health journal released the findings of the study that looked into this possibility.
It had approximately 2,500 males and 3,200 women who were 50 years or older who participated (average age 64). Over the course of their lives, each participant was asked how many sexual partners they'd had in total over the course of their lives. A number of medical illnesses they had developed, including cancer, heart disease, and stroke, were compared to the information they'd provided about themselves.
For sure, you noticed that the man who confessed to the strange things that are happening every day at the secret hotel sex parties of the mega-rich is experiencing burnout, and as a result, he was not happy anymore and he was obviously bothered with his working environment.
May the YouTube video be a call-out to the mega-rich personalities who are very entitled and thought of themselves as kings and queens.