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Prostitution is illegal in China but check into almost any hotel in China, and you will soon get a phone call asking whether you want extra services.

A BBC Newsnight investigation has uncovered evidence of organised prostitution inside a number of well known, western-branded hotels in China.
The investigation shows that sex is being bought and sold from third party-run businesses, operating from within some hotel premises.
The Ramada, Intercontinental and Kempinski hotels all deny any knowledge of the practice.
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The photo shows Kempinski hotel in Qingdao.


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Wyndham Hotel Group in the city of Zhengzhou

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One of the prostitutes says she's 20 years old, and has sex with up to three clients a day.

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At the spa operating in the Ramada Zhengzhou a leaflet was marked with the price for a prostitute

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20-year-old prostitute

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