Reports of Bed Bugs in Iowa Hotels
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Raveable Bed Bug Watch
We bring you up to the minute information and reports about bed bug incidents in Iowa hotels & motels from all over the web. If you had any recent bed bug encounters, please share it with the rest of raveable community by submitting a bed bug report.
Recent bed bug bites pictures by real travelers:
3000 Airport Road, Carter Lake, 51510 IA
Carter Lake Hotels Submit a Bedbug Report
1600 NW 114th Street, Clive, 50325 IA
Clive Hotels Submit a Bedbug Report
839 S. Oak, Iowa Falls, 50126 IA
Iowa Falls Hotels Submit a Bedbug Report
3635 450th Avenue, Emmetsburg, 50536-8709 IA
Emmetsburg Hotels Submit a Bedbug Report
1050 6th Ave., Des Moines, 50314 IA
Des Moines Hotels Submit a Bedbug Report
20 West Iowa Avenue, Marshalltown, 50158 IA
Marshalltown Hotels Submit a Bedbug Report
3100 Dodge Street, Dubuque, 52003-5203 IA
Dubuque Hotels Submit a Bedbug Report
117 N 18th St, Centerville, 52544 IA
Centerville Hotels Submit a Bedbug Report
1312 Cedar Ridge Road, Winterset, 50273 IA
Winterset Hotels Submit a Bedbug Report
209 W. 9th St., Coralville, 52241 IA
Coralville Hotels Submit a Bedbug Report
2600 SE 16th Street, Ames, 50010 IA
Ames Hotels Submit a Bedbug Report
How to Submit a Bed Bug Report?
Just follow these simple steps:
- Find the hotel you stayed at by using the search box at the top of every page.
- If you can find it, search for the city where the hotel is located.
- Click on 'Write Report' button on the hotel or city page and complete the form.
Learn more about Bed Bugs
- How to check for bed bugs in a hotel room?
- How to keep bed bugs from spreading?
- How to prevent bed bugs from infecting your luggage?
- How to treat bed bug bites?
- Using a hair dryer to check a hotel room for bed bugs
- What does a bed bug rash look like?
How to check a hotel room for bed bugs?
There are 3 main areas of a hotel room you should inspect for bed bugs. It is a good idea to bring a small, bright flashlight with you to aid in your inspection.
- The primary spot to find them is in and around the bed. Even unseen, they can leave tiny reddish or black streaks on sheets. Take off the bedding and inspect anywhere there are niches and crevices in the bed and headboard.
- If possible, remove the headboard and check where it mounts from. Look at the baseboard and any other crevice a bed bug can hide in.
- A favorite hiding place is the box-spring so lift the mattress and check the corners and seams. Remember, if you find one bedbug, beware, as there are probably many more. A female bed bug lays up to 500 hundreds eggs in its lifetime.