Do you only require a driver's license from the occupant who reserved the room, or from both guests?
來自 Lori N 的回應 | 評論此物業 |
We only showed one license. I'm not even sure they asked for a license? But certainly only one.
"our websites clearly states you need a valid ID to check into the hotel. This is a common thing for pretty much every hotel"
Presenting an ID and have everything on an ID scanned, including my photo, passport number and passport issue/expiration date, are totally different.
Also, I did not get my passport SCANNED at Day's Inn at Kansas City, only at Day's Inn at "Liberty".
來自 PLapsiwala 的回應 | 物業代表 | 評論此物業 |
Sir, when you first checked in we asked you for your Driver License. With the driver license we just swipe it like a CC and its gets added to your folio. You indicated to my front desk staff that you do not have a driver... 更多
Sir, when you first checked in we asked you for your Driver License. With the driver license we just swipe it like a CC and its gets added to your folio. You indicated to my front desk staff that you do not have a driver license and only a passport. That is why we had to manually scan it.
As a customer you should value that we value safety for our guest above everything else, and do not rent to just anyone.
I can not speak for Days Inn Kansas City, and can only speak for my hotel and my business. I follow guidelines to ensure safety for everyone which include's my guest and my staff. You may want to call the Liberty police drug / task force as they encourage all hotels to follow this practice. This is one of the main reason's why Liberty area/ community is a very safe place. This kind of practice keeps away customers who are up to no good. Accusing us for identity theft is a very big accusation which I do not appreciate.