What can be done to prevent arguments and disputes over the dress code at the pool? Tami lancut leibovitz recommends that you follow the international business code
In July 2017, the press in Ontario, Canada, stormed the issue of dress codes in a hotel pool after a district attorney filed a lawsuit for violating her human rights, which she claimed were damaged when several hotels in the area refused to sunbathe and swim in the pool without a bikini top. ‘Topless’ in the language of the people.
Many Canadian lawyers and journalists had to deal with the issue of whether it was the hotels’ right to refuse, since the law in Ontario allowed women to publicly expose their upper bodies.
The woman’s claim is still pending in the district court in Ontario and awaits the judges’ decision.
Last Passover a news item was published in the Israeli media about a visitor at a hotel in zircon Yaakov who wanted to avoid tanning signs, loosened the knot in her bikini waistcoat and was asked by the hotel security officer to dress up and tie her code again.
The guest felt humiliated by the security officer’s response and reacted angrily, causing the hotel management to apologize and offer her compensation.
In this case there was no nakedness in the public – and still, the media noise was great and the hotel found itself, to his dismay, in the eye of the storm.
Topless tanning in the hotel pool – is forbidden or allowed?
In different parts of the world, different norms apply to the question of suntan topless or full nude.
In Israel, which is legally prohibited from publicly stripping, regulated beaches can be found to allow it, and topless tanning is common in certain areas, for example in Elate.
However, it is important to understand – in most regions of the world, even the most liberal, according to customary dress code is not allowed topless tanning pool hotel, which is common public space for adults and minors.
Hotels that wish to allow topless suns for mature guests, define for this purpose a special area in the pool area, which is not visible to all bathers and minors are not allowed to enter it.
so, what should you do?
As you can see, the options are varied and each hotel can determine the norms it wishes to maintain in its territory.
Tami lancut leibovitz an Israeli expert on the subject of etiquette and politeness, recommends that hotel managers act according to the code of international business language, which requires notice in advance of dress code and behavior. In the pool area.
In this case, says lancut Leibovitz, all the person in charge of the pool had to do was point to the sign.
Defining a clear and clear policy on the subject will avoid confusion and allow the hotel staff to respond in a consistent and consistent manner, and of course with the required courtesy and respect.