Hotels across the country are offering rooms with room service without any charge to guests with a smartphone, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Guests can book and pay for rooms on sites like Airbnb, TripAdvisor, and Google.
But guests who book through hotels can pay $30 to $50 per day for room service, a service that is available to all hotel rooms.
Hotel guests can also reserve rooms by calling a hotel’s phone number, according the WSJ.
The WSJ also reports that there are more than 2,000 hotels that offer no-show service.
Guests have been calling hotels in Las Venegas and other cities in search of room service for more than a year, the paper reported.
“It’s a great service,” a hotel guest told the paper.
“It’s something that you can call and ask for and it’s a service you don’t have to pay for.”
Hotels can also give guests the option to pay with their phones.
If they do not have a smartphone at home, hotel guests can text the hotel’s name to 888.
There, they can enter a number that is different from the hotel, such as 888-890-8990 or 88877-5555.
The hotel staff then checks to see if the number matches a phone that has been given to the guest, and they will let them know if the phone is working.
The paper also reported that in 2017, there were more than 3,000 hotel rooms that offered no-booking service.
In 2019, a study of hotel room service by the Associated Press found that some hotel rooms have been offering no-service for over a year.
The study, which looked at data from 18 hotels, found that at least 6% of rooms were offering no room or reservation service to guests without their knowledge.
The AP also found that the majority of hotels do not charge for rooms that have no service, but they have some options.
The AP reported that hotel rooms with the option of no-fee service have been booked for $1,000, and guests have been billed $10 for each $1.25 in service they charge to a hotel room.
Hotel room service is an inexpensive way to save money, and many hotels offer free phone service as a way to keep guests happy.
Some hotels have even started charging guests to bring in their phones for service.
The cost of phone service varies depending on which hotel the room is located at, but a smartphone costs about $50 and the phone itself costs about the same.
Hotels are often looking to increase revenue from guests who call to book rooms or pay for services.
This article originally appeared on Business Insider.