Travel safety tips: How to stay safe in a hotel

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Travel safety tips: How to stay safe in a hotel

Travel safety tips: How to stay safe in a hotel

When traveling overseas, it's important to adhere to necessary safety guidelines that will ensure you have a great trip to Japan or wherever else you may be visiting. In this post, we'll go over some essential tips you should follow that will keep you safe while staying at a hotel:
Don't leave valuable items out in the open – If you room comes with a safe, use it for your cash, credit cards and other important belongings when you're not at the hotel.

Go over safety instructions posted in your room – "Know how to report a fire, and be sure you know where the nearest fire exits and alternate exits are located. (Count the doors between your room and the nearest exit; this could be a lifesaver if you have to crawl through a smoke-filled corridor,)" notes the U.S. Department of State's travel safety website.

Lock your door - Most hotel doors have multiple locks, so don't forget to secure all of them when you leave and before you go to bed at night. Additionally, be wary of opening the door for someone you don't recognize.

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