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Pyjamas In Hotels

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CowesTwo Fri 11-May-18 22:15:18

There was a thread recently discussing people wearing pjs in public. We just got back to our hotel and the lift stopped at the floor with the bar, the doors opened and a woman got in wearing pyjamas and slippers and carrying a bottle of wine. She seemed a bit surprised to see us in the lift and we all got off at the same floor. I wouldn’t be brave enough to go to the bar in a hotel dressed like that, but I had to admire her chutzpah. Aibu to think folk should at least throw on some clothes before appearing in public?

MoistCantaloupe Fri 11-May-18 22:16:35

She’s my hero

dietcokemango Fri 11-May-18 22:20:49

She’s my hero

Mine too.

Sparklingbrook Fri 11-May-18 22:21:34

If she was sat in the bar in her jim jams I may have raised an eyebrow. But she just nipped down to buy a bottle of wine, and was covered, so I can't get worked up.

CheeseGirl4 Fri 11-May-18 22:22:06

Ffs. I honestly wouldn't want to. I find it really lazy.

peoplearemean Fri 11-May-18 22:22:42

Generally I'd agree, but maybe she just really needed some wine!

NC4Now Fri 11-May-18 22:23:35

Nipping down for a bottle of wine?

High five!!

cliffdiver Fri 11-May-18 22:23:48

She must have been desperate...

MexicanBob Fri 11-May-18 22:25:14

No room service?

NC4Now Fri 11-May-18 22:25:36

Nice PJs though? I couldn’t go scruffy but I always wear nice Jimmies in a hotel. And definitely a bra.

speakout Fri 11-May-18 22:26:44

It's not something I would do, but can;t get worked up about anyone else doing it.

CowesTwo Fri 11-May-18 22:27:11

Thin cotton summer pyjamas with a short top and fluffy mules.

hampsteadholly Fri 11-May-18 22:27:19

What @Sparklingbrook said. smile

Ginkypig Fri 11-May-18 22:28:13

I wouldn't go down to breakfast in them or sit in the hotel bar in them but I have gone down got a drink and taken it back to the room.

MsAwesomeDragon Fri 11-May-18 22:29:38

I stay in the same hotel every year and I often see people in their pyjamas at breakfast, but I've never seen any wearing PJ's at the bar.

I did once see a teenager wearing PJ's at the theatre, complete with dressing gown. I did wonder about that.

STOPSHOUTINGPLS Fri 11-May-18 22:31:13

Did the floor with the bar on have rooms on it as well?

She may have been in a friend's room and going back to her own room with the end of a shared bottle.

CowesTwo Fri 11-May-18 22:34:54

No, it was only the bar and restaurant on that floor, no rooms.

NC4Now Fri 11-May-18 22:39:37

In hotels I think it’s ok to go from A to B in your jamas.
Sitting in the restaurant or at the bar is a bit OTT but nipping round is fine, surely?

Myimaginarycathasfleas Fri 11-May-18 22:40:02

I queued behind a woman in Aldi the other day who was wearing a pink dressing gown and fluffy slippers. She was with an equally casually dressed friend and a shoeless child. We don’t get that in Waitrose.

Roystonv Fri 11-May-18 22:42:51

Sorry but for me that is a definite no, it looks so slovenly/lazy and projects such a poor image. No pyjamas in public areas (unless hospital/fire alarm etc).

Leeds2 Fri 11-May-18 22:49:02

I would've used room service.

CurlyWurlyTwirly Fri 11-May-18 22:49:48

I like her chutzpah but I wouldn’t do it.
I do however appreciate comfort and have changed into leggings & hoodie for hotel breakfast, then gone back to bed.

I have seen people in onesies in the local Morrisons

Sparklingbrook Fri 11-May-18 22:50:02

Room service is ££££s generally, plus you have to wait.

Ohyesiam Fri 11-May-18 22:51:00

Short top? Her midriff was showing?

SuperSara Fri 11-May-18 22:51:31

What sort of hotel is it?

Is it a spa type place where people wander around in bathrobes, etc?

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