When I was last out we ended up being around 1.5 to 2 hours and she admitted being embarassed about asking for the room fee for the second hour but I didn't have a problem with it. You spend the time you pay the dime.
I'd rather pay the extra for the time then worry about how much time I have left.
My only worry is if I'm in there for longer I hope I'm not denying her of extra revenue.
I have never gone more than 1 hour for a session, but with my regulars I usually never book a specific time period anyways, just settle up afterwards.
But if you go for 2 hrs, do you tip accordingly? I mean, the room fee goes to the MP, not the girl. Do you give her the same tip whether the session lasts 1 hr or 2 hrs? Seems that, while she may enjoy your company, she stands to lose a bit of money by making a habit of extending the sessions for the same tip.
But I guess my question was...is 2x the room fee adequate compensation? I mean, the room fee usually goes straight to the MP owner, not the girl...so she makes the same for 30 min, 1 hr, or 2 hrs of her time....
even in Edmonton, the standard (at least at one MP I frequent) is that the establishment gets the room fee *plus* $50 per shift from the ladies (if they are working a double shift then that is total $100).
So it is not all take home pay...that is why I am bringing it up.
I have had sessions longer than booked and usually tip the girl for extra time AS WELL AS paying the extra room fee. The room fee goes to the owner so it is only fair to give a little extra to the lady.