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Old 10-04-2012, 01:08 PM   #16
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Cooking in your room using your own kitchen appliances seems wholly inappropriate to me. Some hotels do offer guest rooms with a kitchenette/microwave and I would think it perfectly fine to do some light cooking using that.
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Old 10-04-2012, 01:36 PM   #17
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then I guess the lamps, coffee maker and hair dryer are fire hazards too.

I would never leave ANY appliance plugged in while I'm out of the room. Just plain common sense.
No, lamps, coffee makers, hair dryers are normally off if you aren't in the room, the exception may be a lamp but housekeeping will turn it off when they leave. Also, these are items that are already in the room so they are accounted for in the wiring. A crock pot may overload a plug and start a fire.

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A crock pot might be a little much, but what about a hot pot? You could heat hot water for oatmeal or heat soups in it to go with sandwiches.
Yes, a hot pot would work great! You could do the single serving cup of soups, mac & cheese, etc and you could do hot drinks or oatmeal as the pp said.

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Old 10-04-2012, 05:04 PM   #18
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Cooking in your room using your own kitchen appliances seems wholly inappropriate to me. Some hotels do offer guest rooms with a kitchenette/microwave and I would think it perfectly fine to do some light cooking using that.
Its why we do love Residence Inn. We have a full kitchen, should we decide to make something. Rarely do we do more than breakfast on Christmas morning, or making cookies/brownies/chex mix, but having a full sized fridge/stove/micro is really nice.
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Old 10-04-2012, 07:05 PM   #19
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Agree with the previous posters. If cooking in your room is of such importance/necessity to you, then make sure to book a hotel room that provides cooking space and appliances, like a kitchenette or full kitchen. This will cover the safety, not only of your room, but also the rooms around you. And it should keep smells and such contained to your room and not bother or inconvenience your neighbors.
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