Where do Bed Bugs Come From #1 Hotel and Motels According to a survey in 2015, hotels and motels were the third most common place for pest control professionals to report bed bug infestations. A bed bug may easily hitch a ride home via your luggage or clothing. Don't think you are safe from bed bugs just because you are staying at a five star
Signs and symptoms of bed bugs can be hard to detect at first, and even trickier to treat. To the untrained eye, bed bug bites can be confused with those of other biting insects. Here are nine easy signs help you know if you have a bed bug problem. RED, ITCHY BITES
"Even the nicest hotels can have a case of bed bugs." Thankfully, pest control experts Rentokil.com have a comprehensive guide to checking your hotel room for bed bugs.
No federal bedbug law exists, but some states have passed legislation concerning hotels and their obligations to keep you safe from these pests.
Whenever you check in somewhere, especially if it's a lower class or old run down type hotel, you should always search the room for Bed Bugs. To be honest I didn't see any when I checked into this particular hotel but discovered them the next day.
Research The Bed Bug Registry, a site that collects reports of bed bugs from hotel guests. The Registry allows you to look up a particular hotel—or even all hotels in a given city—and see where guests have reported encounters with bed bugs in a hotel or apartment building nearby. If your hotel is listed with bed bug sightings, don't panic.