Delivery Health/Love Hotel Etiquette

I see. I just thought navigating how to hire a lh for the first time would be an extra challenge. As i understand you pay for the lh when you get there, so it eats your time too esp if one is full? I am thinking sl good for mornings, dh at night when nothing to do.

BTW, is ch geo pl locked to jp ip? I get an error each time I click a link saying"improper use"
 
6. You meet the girl, as long as she's acceptable you tell her the time you want, pay her, and she'll call the office to give them the amount of time, and you go from there. One of the KDH girls I saw actually had a small notebook with a price list page that was written in Korean, Japanese, and English, so I'm assuming she gets a variety of customers.
What is the etiquette for rejecting a girl? I once had a delivery health girl come to my hotel - agent said she was H-cup, very beautiful but neglected to tell me she was obese. Still went ahead.

I couldn't come.
 
And how is the etiquette for normal hotel like business hotel, can you invite the girl to your hotel?
 
And how is the etiquette for normal hotel like business hotel, can you invite the girl to your hotel?
It depends. You may be asked to pay for your guest if you only booked for one person.
For hotels where you can bypass the front desk (they can't see you), your guest can come in easily enough.
Each hotel chain is a bit different and locations tend to have different layouts, so it's just up to luck in where you are staying.
Still would recommend a love hotel - it's still not a good idea to invite a stranger into your private space.
 
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I think so far nobody mentioned that you should not just rent a room at a love hotel without telling them that you plan to bring multiple girls.

Ask at the reception if 3p are ok. They have to agree and will usually also provide additional towels for the girls when they arrive.
Made that mistake once awhile ago, got an angry call from the front desk. Fortunately it was cool
 
Completely hypothetically speaking... what if staying in a high end 5 star hotel for business. Any risk for calling deriheru services? (Just to note I've seen the "safe hotels" feature on city heaven. But there are more than 1600 hotels, and no way to sort alphabetically, which seems kind of insane. Or maybe I just cannot grok the inscrutable web design.)
 
Completely hypothetically speaking... what if staying in a high end 5 star hotel for business. Any risk for calling deriheru services? (Just to note I've seen the "safe hotels" feature on city heaven. But there are more than 1600 hotels, and no way to sort alphabetically, which seems kind of insane. Or maybe I just cannot grok the inscrutable web design.)
Your only real risk is inviting an unknown person to your private space. However, this is Japan and your risk is quite low overall.
If you don't want to invite someone to your private space, use a love hotel... which is what most people do.
Business travelers do use their 5-star hotel room without issue, but just don't leave loose valuables laying around.