All rooms include: Toilet Paper

@Daelii (5589)
United States
June 8, 2018 6:16pm CST
So I'm looking into booking a room for a few nights for a little summer vacation with my family. One of the sites shows "toilet paper" in the room amenities. I didn't know toilet paper could possibly be an option that isn't part of booking a hotel? What strange things have you come across in looking online for vacations?
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@JudyEv (123170)
• Bunbury, Australia
9 Jun
On the continent toilet paper wasn't necessarily provided. I learnt to always have some tissues with me. And in Nepal the hotels and boarding houses don't supply toilet paper.
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@Daelii (5589)
• United States
9 Jun
so what do people use??? do they just know to bring their own?!
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@JudyEv (123170)
• Bunbury, Australia
10 Jun
@Daelii I guess after the first time you know to bring your own! I don't know what they'd do otherwise and I don't want to ask!
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@iridion9 (7217)
• Philippines
8 Jun
what is the name of the hotel?
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• Canada
9 Jun
Are you having a problem finding a hotel room with toilet paper?
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@Daelii (5589)
• United States
9 Jun
Its a Super 8...
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@cintol (6321)
• United States
9 Jun
Thats crazy, what are you supposed to wipe with, do they send you a notice when you book telling you to bring your own??
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@Daelii (5589)
• United States
9 Jun
I have no idea! I know not all places have pools, or internet. Some places don't do breakfast... But I kind of figured all provided toilet paper...
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@cintol (6321)
• United States
9 Jun
@Daelii Right!! I don't think I could book at a place like that, their just asking for trouble. I have seen what some people do when they have toilet paper....not good!!!
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@Daelii (5589)
• United States
9 Jun
@cintol lol Yeah, one place I booked they only allowed 1 roll per room. You had to give maid the cartoon part to get a new roll lol
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@Starmaiden (5852)
• Canada
9 Jun
I haven't come across anything strange while booking a vacation, but I have come across some strange accomodations while searching for an apartment on Craigslist. There are many people offering "A corner section of their living room, complete with curtain for privacy". All utilities included for $535.00. A 5x5 section of someone's living room??! How you gonna fit a bed in there?!! It's ridiculous what people expect nowadays.
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@Daelii (5589)
• United States
9 Jun
That is soo nuts! like seriously?!?! I heard apartments could be small in some of the very major cities but wow!
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• Canada
9 Jun
@Daelii I've rented a bedroom in someone's house for that much, but I had my own TV, microwave and fridge....and a door that locked.
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@Daelii (5589)
• United States
9 Jun
@Starmaiden my computer desk is bigger than 5.x5 feet!
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@morgoodie (2275)
• United States
8 Jun
Well I guess that is good to know. Maybe they just wanted their list of amenities to seem longer. I would hope that all hotels here provide toilet paper and if not I wonder if they are cheaper or furnish some other form of cleaning cloths. I haven't really looked too much online for vacations lately, so I haven't found any strange things like this.
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@Daelii (5589)
• United States
9 Jun
omg... I didn't even think of reusable cleaning clothes! I would totally book a new room to avoid that!
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@morgoodie (2275)
• United States
9 Jun
@Daelii Oh no I was meaning the flushable wipes. But reusable would definitely be a deal breaker.
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@1hopefulman (28383)
• Canada
8 Jun
Wow, they furnish toilet paper. I guess it must be very rare in that area. Sounds like an exciting place to stay.
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@Daelii (5589)
• United States
9 Jun
its a Super 8... the pictures looked interesting but its the first listing that I've ever recalled seeing that listed next to free wifi!
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@1hopefulman (28383)
• Canada
9 Jun
@Daelii It is a strange attraction!
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@rakski (15788)
• Philippines
9 Jun
Really?!? I thought toilet paper is always included when booking a hotel
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@Daelii (5589)
• United States
9 Jun
apparently, its not... I just haven't found a hotel that mentions not including it!
@andriaperry (50627)
• United States
9 Jun
LOL, that would not be good if they did not supply TP.
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@Daelii (5589)
• United States
9 Jun
I could see the call now... "Hi! I need some TP in the room" "that will be 5 dollars a roll!"
@snowy22315 (47111)
• United States
9 Jun
They must really be scraping for amenities if the TP is featured!
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@Daelii (5589)
• United States
9 Jun
dude, they could offer free breakfast like one place I went to. They listed full free breakfast and the booking agent who called for me (I had to make sure I could get a dairy/milk free meal or at least eggs made to order for my daughter) was told a list of items they served free. So I booked. The "free breakfast" was its free to walk across the parking lot to eat at a completely unrelated restaurant.
@JohnRoberts (56795)
• Los Angeles, California
8 Jun
I would think TP would be standard operating equipment so to speak.
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@Daelii (5589)
• United States
9 Jun
So do I! I've packed baby wipes for the baby but never thought to have to add toilet paper for family!
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