How to be prepared if John Travolta visits your hotel

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John Travolta may not be a method actor, but he certainly has a method when he checks into hotels.

The actor, whose hotel habits came under scrutiny in 2012, now has another tabloid mess to deal with.

New York Post's Page Six details Travolta's predilections when he checks into a hotel.

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  • One of the actor’s requirements in his current hotel rider is that “he needs a male masseur,” a source told Page Six.
  • He also requires hotel staff to put up aluminum foil and dark curtains to black out the windows, so no one can see in
  • He brings his own sheets and requires that the hotel room be empty for 24 hours before his arrival, in order to avoid anyone else’s scent lingering behind

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