Watching rude movies and stealing the toiletries: The nation's naughty hotel habits revealed 19% of men flick through porn channels with 15% of women doing the sameUltimate favourite activity is taking in the view
15:08 GMT, 22 October 2012
From the mini designer toiletries to the array of TV channels, guests staying in hotels are quick to lap up the luxuries on offer.
Male hotel guests watch adult TV channels as soon as they arrive in their room while women check out the shampoo and conditioner on offer, according to new research.
The intriguing findings were revealed today in a study into the most popular hotel ‘rituals’ among Brits.
Women like to check out the toiletries on offer in the hotel bathroom whilst men prefer to flick through the adult TV channels
And while 19 per cent of men are quick to flick on porn shows, the nation’s females weren’t totally squeaky clean with 15 per cent also admitting they like to find out what adult TV channels are on offer.
Unsurprisingly, only ten per cent of men admitted they found the toiletries interesting.
The study found the favourite activity for both the nation’s males and females was taking in the view with 47 per cent of men and 54 per cent of women citing it as their favourite hotel past time.
This was followed by making full use of hotel facilities including the gyms and pools and jumping on the bed was also a favourite for 13 per cent of men and 16 per cent of women.
Women were keener to raid the mini bar, 11 per cent compared to eight per cent of men.
And they were also more likely to use the hotel loo (10 per cent) while the same only applied to eight per cent of male guests.
Hopcraft from Hotels.com, who carried out the study, said: 'Men and
women have very different priorities when it comes to their hotel
Even jumping on the hotel bed was revealed as one of guest's favourite things to do
'Men prefer to see the “full” selection of TV channels and women more likely to check out the toiletries on offer.
'Despite a couple of questionable hotel rituals it’s clear that the top priority for Brits is checking out their surroundings.'
Research also revealed the things that are most likely to give us the holiday ‘buzz.’
A total of 48 per cent said it was boarding a plane, while 43 per cent believed it was entering the hotel room.
A further 38 per cent said packing their bags before leaving for holiday caused the most amount of excitement.
Taking in the view (51 per cent)
Making full use of hotel facilities (46 per cent)
Looking for toiletries (21 per cent)
Checking out (adult) TV channels (17 per cent)
Jumping on bed (15 per cent)
Checking mini bar is well stocked (10 per cent)
Using hotel toilet (10 per cent)