Balcony safety

Top tips for balcony safety

  • Never lean over, sit or climb on the balcony wall or railings
  • Don’t try to pass items to someone on another balcony
  • Don’t climb from one balcony to another
  • Never stand on balcony furniture
  • Never jump into the pool from your balcony
  • Take extra care on balconies after drinking alcohol as your judgement may be affected
  • If you lose your key always contact reception first, if someone is not on the desk either call the contact number they’ve left for the night porter or stay in a friend’s room – no matter what don’t try and access your room via your balcony. 
How to keep your little people safe on holiday if you have a balcony in your accommodation. 

Booze and balconies don't mix

This joint safety initiative with the FCO highlights the need for vigilance in regard to using balconies in youth orientated resorts with the message "Booze and balconies don't mix" - you can download the poster below.

Balcony safety for you and your children

This "Balcony safety for you and your children" poster contains important safety messages for those travelling with children - you can download the poster below.