But generally speaking, the more secluded the hotel, the better, if you want to sneak around -- or just act like it.
DeLorenzo, the private investigator, said his team recently did surveillance at the Ritz Carlton South Beach and the Loews South Beach and ended up getting hotel rooms in both so they could roam around.
"Their service is to make sure that everyone is having a good time. So any time they see someone sitting alone or waiting, they ask what they can do for you," he said.
His investigators even dressed up in bathing suits and towels.
"We just mingled right in," DeLorenzo said. "There's no one that we cannot catch."