Loud sex in a Hong Kong hotel?

I’m yet again staying at the Sheraton Hong Kong, which I reviewed last time. There was a promotional fare of HK$580 which I was offered from a travel agent and I jumped on it, and points can still be accrued, so it’s a nice bet (even if it’s just mattress running), given how good the hotel is.

Just now I left my hotel room for a night stroll out in Hong Kong (even though I live here, I have had only a few chances to stroll through). I walked past room 1014, and I heard a loud noise.

It’s definitely not the kind I prefer to hear, either.

Caroline

I mean, it sounded like one man and two girls going at it really loudly. One of the best things about the Sheraton is good soundproofing effects, so I have no idea how they’re going so loudly. Now, prostitution is illegal in Hong Kong, and as far as I know (or else I wouldn’t hear it) it wasn’t a suite, so I think two people at most are allowed in there (to stay, though people can come over to your room if they want to).

But Hong Kong…seriously?

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I’m just going to continue my night stroll (I’m currently working from the Avenue of Stars with my iPhone) and have a good night’s sleep, as this doesn’t really affect me (I’m room 1018, so there shouldn’t be a big problem – I wonder what the people in rooms 1012 and 1016 feel like!). I can’t complain – first of all I’m not affected, second of all that’s what hotels are for…right?

UPDATE: I think I owe you an update – I was witnessing the scene as a man came out with three women and two of them retreated to the rooms 1012 and 1016. Not a concern for noise anyhow in this case, but still very strange given this is Hong Kong!

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