Always check to make sure your connecting room door is locked (if you have one). Recently, while staying at the Hyatt Regency in Denver, I noticed that the lock was on the left (like it was unlocked). I thought it was weird, so I went to check and sure enough it was unlocked. If the occupants in the other room opened their connecting door, they could’ve entered without a problem.
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