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“These women and children are being victimized in hotels, and whether they’re our hotels or our competitors, we’re going to take a stance on it,” says Stanoch.“Hotels need to be part of the solution because unfortunately that’s where many of these crimes happen.” One of the key times is at check in.Brazilians are traditionally from large families, and due to strong kinship ties and high living costs combined with entry-level job salaries, it is typical for children to live at home with their family until they marry.This leaves little privacy for young couples to have sex, which is where Brazilian love motels fulfill their role.Neighbors tend to take a dim view of brothels and report them to the authorities.“It happens in hotels that are five star hotels and it happens in the sleaziest, slummiest rent by the hour hotels,” says Tammy Lee Stanoch, VP of corporate affairs for Carlson. S., a motel means a cheap place to crash for the night.The Brazilian motel, however, exists to provide couples with a private place to have sex.

Traffickers like to use hotels to ply their trade, since they can get in and make some money and then move on before they attract too much attention.Prices range from anywhere between a few dollars per hour and up to over one hundred dollars per hour for a complete luxury suite.Although some may view the love motels as seedy places, they actually play an important role in Brazilian society.At the lowest end, a bed and a cramped bathroom in a paper-thin walled room offers basic relief for couples, whereas luxury rooms come complete with amenities such as rotating beds, heated swimming pools, themed decorations and water slides.A standard room is typically large with a double bed, a TV with numerous porn channels, a heated hot tub and mirrored ceilings.