Here are some of the things you should do if your hotel room has bed bugs (whether you find an actual Bed Bug or not). Take pictures of the bites on your body. Take pictures of any blood on the sheets. If you can see any bugs on the bed try and trap them. I used a plastic cup to do this. Take pictures if you see them, including how you trapped them.
Put everything you have in the bathtub the moment you walk into the hotel room. This is the last place bed bugs are likely to be found in a hotel room, so its the safest place for your stuff. Don't set anything other than your bed bug inspection gear anywhere else until you've deemed the room to be bed bug safe.
If you find bed bugs in your hotel room notify the front desk immediately and ask to be moved to a new room, which is not next door to the room where you found bed bugs. Precautions When staying in a hotel it is a good idea to bring along a large plastic bag to put your dirty clothes into.
Consult with a Bed Bug Bite Lawyer. If you have been bitten by bed bugs, and you are certain these bites resulted from an infestation in a hotel, you may be eligible for compensation if the neglect of hotel staff resulted in the infestation. With the help of a reputable attorney, you may be able to recover both monetary and nonmonetary damages.
If you come in contact with bedbugs at a hotel, ask for a garbage bag and tightly seal all of your belongings. Transfer all of your washable clothes to a different garbage bag outside of your home
Submit the hotel name at The Bed Bug Registry or BedBugReports.com, those are up to date platforms for reporting any bed bug encounters. Leave a review. Keep in mind that a negative review could be extremely damaging to a hotel's business.