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    Dear teachers,

    Let's say you're staying at a hotel, and there's a lot of noise coming from the next room, What is the common usage that is used to complain to the hotel? Or what you would say?

    Also while staying in a hotel, if you got your room burglarized, how do you explain that to the hotel personnel? Could you say something like, "My room is rubbed?" or "My room is burglarized?" Or what else would you say?

    Thank you.

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    Re: at hotel


    My room has been broken into.

    My room has been burglarized.

    I have been robbed.

    To complain about neighbors in a hotel, simply call the desk and say:

    "The people next to me in room XXX are being loud and disruptive. Please handle this immediately."

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