Neat-freak Brits clean their own hotel rooms

275x250.jpgBrits have been revealed as a nation of holiday neat-freaks, with a huge 59% admitting to tidying their own hotel rooms so it's clean when the cleaners arrive.

Despite going on holiday to relax, a study has found we're a nation of compulsive cleaners, with most of us tidying our hotel room before the hotel staff come in.

Before leaving for home, 60% of those surveys admit they make the bed, 45% fold the towels and more than one in 10 (11%) even go as far as cleaning the toilet.

Asked why, 59% said it was ‘rude’ to leave a hotel room in a state, 45% were eager not to be labelled ‘messy’ by hotel staff and a crazy 4% said they just enjoyed cleaning.

If these cleanliness sadists enjoy it that much, they can come and stay with us anytime.
A spokesperson for Hotels.com which commissioned the study of 2,000 people, said: "Going on holiday is all about getting a break from the routine of home life, yet it’s evident many Brits just can’t drop the vacuming on holiday! H

"Housekeeping staff all over the world have seen a range of rooms, left in all kinds of conditions so we’d encourage holiday makers to ditch the marigolds for a margarita to make the most of their break."

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