Rather than visit the provider at her location, you have scheduled an outcall appointment to your hotel. When scheduling the appointment, please be very thorough in communicating; the name, specific location and address.
You and the provider should have a clear understanding of when you will communicate the specific hotel room #. Dependent upon what you two determine, this should be done either an one hour before the appointment or upon arrival before she enters the hotel. Most providers will not leave for the
appointment until they have this information.
Meeting Outside Your Room: In some instances, the provider may ask that you meet her; in the lobby, in the hotel lounge, or possibly at a coffee shop next door. If you have scheduled an outcall appointment, you should be ready and dressed at the time the appointment is scheduled to begin, in the event the provider encounters any difficulty entering the hotel and must call you to meet her downstairs..
You are the Host: Remember, the provider is visiting you. At a minimum, as a courtesy, it is nice if you have chilled bottled water or bottled water and ice available as a refreshment. If you have agreed to have wine or other alcoholic beverages available, they should be unpoured. In other words, any bottle of wine should not be opened prior to the appointment. If the bottle is opened, do not be offended if the provider declines an offer to join you for a drink. (Sadly, there have been incidences where drinks have been drugged). If the provider has ordered a cocktail, it is better to have it delivered by room service after her arrival so that she can see that it is fresh and unaltered.
Remember, the donation should be placed in an envelope (unsealed) in plain view or left clearly visible in the bathroom at the beginning of the appointment. Do not attempt to hand money to the provider or she may leave. Also, do not discuss the donation with the provider during the appointment as she may become uncomfortable and leave.
Time: Some gentlemen will ask for an outcall appointment and spend the first half hour or hour talking. Then, when they realize their time is running short, they feel shorted as their "play time" has been cut in half. While relaxing and feeling comfortable is important, it is your responsibility to set the pace as the provider will follow your lead accordingly. Again, you are the host, and she will take her direction from you.
Extending: If you are having an exceptionally hot time, and do not want the appointment to end, it is suggested that you ask the provider if she has time in her schedule to extend an extra half an hour or hour. It is unfair to try and prolong the appointment without offering additional payment. She may not be a clock-watcher, but it is unfair to impose upon her good graces by prolonging the appointment.
As always, tipping or gifting is a personal choice. It is never mandatory, but always appreciated. I generally say that if the experience was particularly memorable, you may wish to give something extra. Again, this is your choice entirely.