So what happened? Did he come to the door? Turn off clock? Punch you in the nose?
The phone was ringing.
The alarm was ringing.
I was banging on the door.
I finally could hear the alarm went off, so I walked back to my room.
Goal accomplished, but trust me, a person would have to be drunk or drugged to not hear the alarm for one hour. I am four doors down in a concrete hotel.
This happens all the time in my colleege halls of residence. Since I work here, Security or the Managers will enter a room and turn off any noisy thing if noone answers the door.
If there's a naked girl in there, we have to call a female manager to go in, and that is a pain in the arse.
If I owned the hotel and a person was disturbing other guest I would go and stop the problem.
I used to rental homes for myself and people. A renter would call and say the neighbor or house across the street was making too much noise. I would say,
"Call the police."
Stange, they would not just call the police, but thought I should manage it, I would call the police, however because I was not the offended person, it became a legal questions. A person has to complain themselves legally.
The police are very good in Indiana abou this type of problem. You complain, they come and stop the problem.
If I had a person making too much noise in my house, I evicted for illegallity of purpose.
Somewhere under the right to the pursuit of happines lies stops the right to having a person with alarm clocks in the USA.
Thailand may or may not have this type of rights, on the other hand, I probably have the right to beat him or her senseless providing I pay the police for the right.
All this come down to me never understanding why a hotel does not know their job is to protect the quiet and my safety from outside sources. You would be amazed at the level of agression I can muster when a Tour Agent comes and knocks on my door.
I can bounce them right out of the hotel.