A few tips from that can make your trip a bit safer are below
No ground floor rooms
Some hotels have room on the ground floor with windows facing the street/parking lot etc. A lot of women prefer to stay in rooms that are not on the ground floor, you can request a high floor when making the reservation or upon check in.
Staying at “the club”
Clubs (e.g. the Harvard club, the Yale club, University club, etc.) reciprocal agreements and the fact that most of them have rooms you can rent out provides another arrays of places to stay. Many women find this especially comfortable place to stay given the members only policy.
Keep your room lit and your TV on
While not the most environmentally friendly tip, when you put your do not disturbed sin on it is always better to leave your light/TV on with the volumeturned up. If someone was planning a “visit” to your room while you were out, this will reduce the chance of their going into your room vs. the another .
I personally like to leave light TV on so that when I return at the end of the day, the room is not dark when I return.
Business card inside your bag
In addition to your luggage tag, tap a business card to the inside of your bag. Itgive your bag another chance of finding its way home if it is lost and the tag is lost.
Never take an unregistered taxi
There is usually a taxi stand and you can always check with the information at every airport about where to find it.
Client assistants or the concierge will usually be able to give you numbers for local cabs. It is always good to collect these and pass them around the team.
If you take daily/weekly medication, you will at some point forget to pack it, lost it etc. It is always better to your prescription filed by nationwide chains such as Costco. So you can have your home location phone in a renewal of the prescription to the nearest location.