Strippers, Entertainers, Exotic Dancers
Agency / Strip clubs - Hotel Rooms / Accommodations
Dancers are often provided with accommodations in the adjoining hotel of the strip club where they are working. In other situations, you may have a dancer suite or house with your own bedrooms but shared kitchen and bathrooms.
Depending on the strip club, you will either pay for your accommodations or they’ll be free. Some strip clubs will have a housekeeping fee or other ways to reduce your paycheque. It’s good to ask ahead of time if the strip club has any extra fees.
You may be expected to share a room. This can be problematic if one of you smokes and the other doesn’t, or if you have a private health problem that is hard to hide in a shared room. If it’s not a good fit, you could be in for a really bad week.
To avoid such risks, ask your agent or the strip club before booking a gig if you will get your own room. If not, you could ask about paying extra for your own room.
Your agent might tell you who else is working so you can avoid sharing a room with someone you don’t get along with. You could also ask a friend to work that gig with you and share the room together. Or you could turn down the booking altogether.
Do not answer the door unless you know who is on the other side and trust them implicitly.
This includes bar-staff.
PS Always be safe by following the number one traveling rule:
If you didn't buy it, NEVER assume it's ok to: Use, Borrow, Take, Keep, Lend, Remove, Replace.