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5 August 2012

The annoying little hotel keycard

The Royal Corinthia Hotel in Budapest is one of my most favourite hotels in the whole world. However it has one very annoying problem, which apparently is unsolvable, the bedroom keycards.

Each and every day I stay at the Royal Corinthia my keycard gets demagnetised and then of course doesn’t work in the bedroom door. Each and every day I traipse back and forth between my bedroom and Reception to get a new keycard. Tomorrow … I will be back.

Other hotels, no problem.

The solution apparently is to keep the keycard away from anything magnetic including phones and electronic toys! However my handbag has a magnetic clasp, my glasses case has a magnetic snap shut mechanism, my purse has a magnetic catch, and … my phone and my iPad are inside my handbag … along with the key card.

The Plan B solution, very helpfully offered by the reception staff, is to keep the keycard in my pocket … I’m a girl … I don’t have any pockets!

My husband says the hotel should recognise that girls are incompetent at looking after room keys so they shouldn’t be given one. Simple solution from a man.

Room 2306

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