In an attempt to stop the trafficking of women, monitors the Marriott Hotel's single women, who come in at their hotels around the world.
It confirmed the hotel chain on their social media at the end of January, when the user Veronica Santos, who is also the daily work as an escort, wrote:
'Apparently working Marriott Hotel directly together with the FBI and keep an eye on all women who travel alone. Some do not allow certain women to drink in the bar alone. All together to stop 'sex trafficking".
This said, the Marriott Hotels, to their employees all over the world are trained to 'spot the women'.
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Marriott Hotels response has since been deleted on Twitter.
In a press release from Marriott Hotels, write to the 500,000 employees around the world in both the hotels managed by the hotel chain and their franchised hotels such as the Marriott Hotel in Copenhagen, have been trained to spot trafficking in women.
It has got people off their seats in anger, then the chain policy is accused of hitting all of the women who travel alone and do not distinguish between prostitution and trafficking in women.
'Not only suggests that the company verifies all sex work with forced or underage prostitution, but it indicated also, that the world's largest hotel chain considers all unaccompanied women as being worth to monitor - or at least that there is confusion about this among the employees', writes Elizabeth Nolan Brown, in his criticism on the Reason.com.
The criteria for spotting trafficking in women - in addition to being a single woman - is, among other things, that the person has brought minimal luggage and clothes, to see more men be escorted one at a time to a guest room that people can't speak freely or seem to be confused, and that the guest or guests insist on little or no cleaning.
The five-star Marriott Hotel in Copenhagen is a franchise, owned by the Danish pension fund Pensiondanmark and leased to BC Hospitality Group, which among other things operates the Bella Center and Crowne Plaza.
the Extra Leaf has asked the BC Hospitality Group also monitors the single women, who visit the hotel situated by the canal in Copenhagen.
Morten Jensen, Group Marketing Director, had no comment on the query.
- Our policy is that we never speak about guests or our security procedures, so unfortunately I can't help, sounds like the short answer.