“Not only is it an extremely long process for us to discover these problems but it also means that another customer could potentially walk into the room and be unhappy with the service because of unsuspecting broken or missing item(s),” said Klair.

“Therefore, it can cause us a lot of issues and we’re less inclined to give those people special treatment if they were to return to the hotel.”

In July a group of holidaymakers in Bali hit the headlines when they were caught stealing extensively from a luxury hotel.

The group are said to have tried to make off with hairdryers, coat hangers wicker ornaments and more.


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