There are a million and one different forms of accommodation that can be used when it comes to heading away on holiday - or a trip of any kind. The most common one of all, of course, is a hotel. While they may seem pretty simple on the face of it, hotels can be interesting things to navigate.

What do we mean by that, exactly? Well, simply put, we mean that there are actually more than a few ways to get chucked out of them. If you've got half a brain then you almost certainly won't, but here are a few tips just in case.

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10 Don’t Get Too Drunk

There are many things in life that are easier if you don’t get too drunk, and staying in a hotel is certainly one of them.

Whether it be walking through the lobby whilst you’re absolutely steaming at ridiculous o’clock or being sick everywhere, just make sure that your drunken ways do not lead to you waking up without a hotel room as well as with a killer hangover.

Trust us when we say that it will quite literally ruin your holiday.

Disclaimer: tipsy is fine, just don’t get too over-confident.

9 No Middle Of The Night Antics

Long story short: making loads of noise in the middle of the night, even if you aren’t actually intoxicated, is a really, really bad idea.

It could be that you want to try and jump off of your balcony for fun or you want to have a food fight but one way or another, just ensure it doesn’t happen past 2 am. If you get to that stage then you just know, in the back of your mind, it’ll be a bad idea. Listen to that voice in the back of your head because it may just end up saving you.

8 Don’t Insult The Hotel Chain

If you’re staying in a well-known chain hotel that is very competitive, then you’re probably better off avoiding insults when speaking to people about the state and quality of the hotel.

Some hotels will just let this roll off their back like water, but others will take it really personally.

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They put a lot of time and energy into making their brand the best it possibly can be, and the idea that people are going to tear it down without even doing that much is a pretty painful pill to swallow.

7 Ruining The Pool

If you drop food or drink in the pool, or you have some kind of accident in the pool, then there’s a very good chance you will inevitably ruin the pool (either for a few hours or potentially even a few days).

If there is no way of getting around it then you obviously cannot be held responsible, but if this was entirely avoidable, then you might have a problem or two.

Again, much like the previous entry, different hotel chains have different rules and regulations when it comes to this sort of thing.

6 Stop Arguing With Staff

The staff has more power than you think and if you really do have an issue that needs to be addressed, just make sure it happens in a calm and composed manner.

The second that you start raising your voice, they’re going to consider calling hotel security. Once you’ve got the reputation of being someone that is a bit of a trouble maker, there’s no going back.

They will be sarcastic and they’ll be really annoying to deal with, but the same is true of many public professions. It's just something you have to deal with.

5 Bringing In Animals

More often than not the animal in question is going to be a dog or a cat, but you’d be surprised as to what kind of alternatives have been smuggled into hotels over the years.

The majority of hotels have a very strict policy when it comes to this sort of thing, and it’s best that you abide by those rules.

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4 Inappropriate Dress Code

What exactly do we mean by this? To be perfectly honest we aren’t so sure we even know ourselves, but either way, you can use your imagination to figure out what we mean by inappropriate.

If you’re on a hot holiday then it’s understandable for you to go out in trunks or a bikini, but just try and make sure you don’t wind up stripping down to your birthday suit.

Honestly, you’d be surprised as to how many times this horrible possibility has turned into a reality. Watch it out there.

3 Don’t Trash The Room

Trash and dash, anyone? No. No thank you.

Trashing any kind of room or hotel suite is an idiotic thing to do at the best of times, and there is rarely any point to it. Sure, you can get it a little bit messy as we all do from time to time, but there is a clear difference between being messy and just absolutely destroying the sanctity of the room.

If it gets to the stage whereby the maid has to actually report you to the front desk, then that’s pretty much game, set & match.

2 Avoid Heavy Swearing

In any context, it isn’t nice to swear, but just imagine a scenario in which you and your friends are in a hotel that is particularly family-friendly. If they understand what you’re saying and you can’t bring yourself to stop your behavior, then you’ll be on an early flight home.

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Some hotels aren’t quite this strict but risking it for a chocolate biscuit feels like a pretty idiotic way of approaching this.

We all swear from time to time and get a little bit carried away, but there are levels to this. Respect that.

1 Don’t Steal Items

Stealing things is wrong and that’s one of the first things we learn in kindergarten.

So then, make sure you hold that lesson really, really close to your heart over the course of your trip or holiday – because it could prevent a lot of heartaches.

Just take a look at Ross from Friends. He thought that he was going to cheat the system and get away with it, but if you go too overboard, then there’s an excellent chance that the hotel is going to catch you red-handed in the act.

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