Room for an Unmarried couple (outstation)

#1 Nov 22nd, 2009, 17:19
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I m planning to visit Delhi with my gf.
(No need to raise ANY eyebrows there)

and i m havng trouble finding a hotel for 1 day.
Because we arnt married.

We dont wanna spend more than 1000 bucks.
What should i DO. someone PLEASE help....
#2 Nov 22nd, 2009, 17:47
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even a decent guest house would do.
#3 Nov 22nd, 2009, 18:03
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Originally Posted by simply View Post I m planning to visit Delhi with my gf.
(No need to raise ANY eyebrows there)

and i m havng trouble finding a hotel for 1 day.
Because we arnt married.

We dont wanna spend more than 1000 bucks.
What should i DO. someone PLEASE help....
What error message do you get when you try to book ? Do they ask for relationship status of the guests staying ?

Maybe your problem is the price you want to pay and the date you want to stay. Did you check with the regularly mentioned websites ?
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I never had a problem checking into rooms with girls in India, some were 'girlfriends' others were not - can it be a problem for Indian couples?
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i have not yet been to ne hotels personaly.

we are planning to visit in dec.

On fone, till i use the word couple, they are fine.
But people have told me that DELHI HOTELS do not entertain unmarried couples at all.
So I DO NOT WANNA take any chances of being turned down when i visit.
#6 Nov 22nd, 2009, 19:03
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as soon as they Hear -- unmarried, they deny.

Once in an email conversatoin, i mentioned - a female companion,
and requested abt the reservation.
I received a one word reply --

DECLINED.
#7 Nov 22nd, 2009, 20:06
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Then just be confident and tell that you are engaged, or tell your marriage is next week, something like that, else take a mangalsutra tie around her neck and go to any hotel they wont even ask you whether you are married or not, ask you gf to wear bangles in hands, to show off like you have been recently married,

or tell you are from XXX company for office visit and you need to book one room on sharing basis,
#8 Nov 22nd, 2009, 21:02
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Originally Posted by simply View Post as soon as they Hear -- unmarried, they deny.
There's your problem, then! Telling them!


Why? Why? Why? Why?

Just let her carry the cases, bicker a bit about how slow she is, and sign in as Mr and Mrs. How are they supposed to know the difference?

If you feel you need to go a bit further, hand a yellow string round her neck, put kumkum in her hair parting, give a ring to wear, do what ever it takes, but, for goodness sake, keep quiet!

And if you really did state "and female companion", that is just about as good as telling them that you'll be bringing a prostitute. Mr and Mrs Simply.

Simple.
#9 Nov 22nd, 2009, 21:48
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Thanks to all for the response...

Yeah the idea of keepin quite wud be the Best choice...
BUT another problem in my case is -- dat my gf IS 21, BUt she Looks realy young...younger than her age...
so deception will cause Some troubles...!!!

well I m basicaly Looking fr sm1 who has already been in a similar situation...
PARTICULARLY DELHI has had strict rules about this...

Sm1 plz help...
#10 Nov 22nd, 2009, 23:53
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No SMS talk PLZ!

Many of our members don't understand it, and others find it annoying.

I don't know what you expect... some sort of magic idea? There is no spell or incantation that is going to get you past that receptionist if they prove awkward.

Young-looking? Unless you look fifty, I really can't see why that should be a problem: India is full of young couples, some of whom married long before it was actually legal.

Adapt my suggested role play: you carry the cases, keep asking her if she is all right with the one small bag; be starry-eyed and recently married (about a year, it isn't your honeymoon, but the novelty hasn't worn off ).

Heck. I know... there is a magic solution....






Borrow A Baby!!!!!!!!
#11 Nov 23rd, 2009, 02:20
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i m glad dat i m giving u a chance to have some fun...
and yeah the Idea (baby) is Wonderful...

well I guess your idea,ie "ROLE play" will be my only option then.

But the MAGIC that I m luking forward is -- IF someone turns up to tell me that He was in this particular hotel/guest house in delhi and there was no problem what so ever.

Thats It...

But still, thanks a LOT for all the suggestions, i m feeling much more calm now...!!!
#12 Nov 23rd, 2009, 02:38
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Great

I'll leave you with one final thought then:



marry the lady!

#13 Nov 23rd, 2009, 13:59
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Originally Posted by simply View Post i m glad dat i m giving u a chance to have some fun...
and yeah the Idea (baby) is Wonderful...

well I guess your idea,ie "ROLE play" will be my only option then.

But the MAGIC that I m luking forward is -- IF someone turns up to tell me that He was in this particular hotel/guest house in delhi and there was no problem what so ever.

Thats It...

But still, thanks a LOT for all the suggestions, i m feeling much more calm now...!!!
Why dont you marry the lady , as suggested by nick, even I know hotels which allow, but if i tell you the name of hotels you will now go with your 21 year old girlfriend, tomorrow with someone else, and day after tomorrow with some new girlfriend, it will become habit for you, so be committed to one and only, marry the gal ;-)
#14 Nov 23rd, 2009, 14:38
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Originally Posted by simply View Post i m glad dat i m giving u a chance to have some fun...
and yeah the Idea (baby) is Wonderful...

well I guess your idea,ie "ROLE play" will be my only option then.

But the MAGIC that I m luking forward is -- IF someone turns up to tell me that He was in this particular hotel/guest house in delhi and there was no problem what so ever.

Thats It...

But still, thanks a LOT for all the suggestions, i m feeling much more calm now...!!!

I stay often with my ladylove in various hotels - Delhi, Jaipur, Shimla, Chennai, you name it.

We generally go out every 3 months and have never had a problem. I havent ever pro-actively told whether we are married or arent. I dont see why it should be anyone's business as long as we arent trading drugs or something.

My suggestion is, if you're way too circumspect, book a high to medium end business hotel - something like Ibis, Lemon Tree or the likes. Believe you me, higher the price, lesser are the questions and eyebrows.

Oh, And am getting married in 2 weeks lol. So may be idea to get married as suggested by Nick isnt too bad either.
Cheers
OS
#15 Nov 23rd, 2009, 19:30
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Cheeerio dude...
Congrats fr ur marriage...

Even I'd love to get married (to the same one girl with whom i m Now) but there's a time fr everything.

anyways... thanks to all fr the nice and healthy support.It means a lot to me.

and by-the-way, if someone can STILL name a couple f hotels or guesthouses, i'd be much more than glad.

@rsk -- its gud to see ur concern sir, but If U can anyhow trust my word, am NOT going WHere U think I am...and I will marry the same girl as soon as i can.
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