There is a time and a place to wear your bathrobe, and it’s not at the hotel restaurant. According to Pedro Richardson, who worked in the hotel industry for 12 years as a waiter, receptionist and manager, recommends guests keep the robe for the spa or pool areas. “I understand they feel more comfortable and at home, but when you are staying in a top luxury hotel, it just doesn’t go with the environment,” Richardson says. In one of the hotels where Richardson worked, a top UK CEO actually would go to the restaurant in his bathrobe, a big “no-no,” according to Richardson.
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