Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Saving beach/pool chairs at a resort

It's an age old problem at travel resorts across the globe.  People who get up early to save a spot on the beach or near the pool, by putting their belongings on the chairs then often times they don't even come back for hours to even use the spot while others suffer.

There's often times no real rules.  Resorts hope that their guests will follow basic etiquette but it's always a problem.   Should there be a time limit on how long you can be away from your chairs with your stuff on it?  30 mins?  60 mins?

IMHO, in my humble opinion, I think it's rude.  Everyone at a resort pays an equal share, for anyone to just dump their stuff on a chair and leave for a few hours is nothing short of hogging a space.  But the problem becomes THEY get all pissy when you move their stuff after then finally come out.

Hedonism II in Negril has a new towel policy.  This policy has kept the chair hogging problems down recently as people are less willing to save chairs with personal belongings or non-plentiful towels.

Vote below, how long should someone leave items before the chair is "free game?"

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