This place is a budget hotel and a decent one with a great location near Tower of London, Trains, great food, etc. My issue is I was sitting in my room with the "do not disturb" sign and an employee came in. Not only did he come in, he didn't even knock first. What if I would have been naked? The door just swung open with no warning. I talked to the manager and she was very nice and apologetic. I saw her reprimand him for doing it but I was still in shock but now that I think about it I'm really really mad. Each day we put put the do not disturb sign. We didn't want people in our room. Did they come in anyway? What's the guys story that came in? He doesn't know to knock as a HOTEL EMPLOYEE? Is he a thief and thought we were gone and wanted to riffle through our room? An honest mistake would have been to "KNOCK" first then open if no response. Not just come in. It was unacceptable and that guy should not have access to people's room. I feel violated and management should have done more than yell a little at him and tell me he's new. Didn't management train him to not walk into people's rooms? I wouldn't trust leaving my stuff in this hotel . Management isn't responsible enough with our belongings or safety. They let anyone have access. Could you imagine if this guy were some kind of sicko and could walk into a room with a helpless woman and be able to lock the door and do whatever he wants? I used to really like this place for a budget stay but don't feel the risks are worth it
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