It says to me that the person is vested in a certain story-line. It suggests to me fabrication. If one has a significantly strange experience that is enticing and provocative - one might reasonably want it repeated - one might reasonably want more of the same sensational attention the first experience generated. Hence, repeat 'high strangeness' events - but imagined or fabricated.
One of the significant markers is the assumption of specialness: seeing the ufo becomes a special 'arrangement' between aliens and the human targeted. A considerable back-story is being, or has been, generated in this area.
One of the problems with the hotel story is the fact that these MIB showed up when the man was off-duty. So why not show up when he is on-duty? One needs to look at intent and purpose - to what possible purpose would such MIB show up randomly to see the man? If talking to him is so important, why not show up the next day when he is at work? Or at his house? The other side of this story-line never gets concluded - actual meet-up with said MIB and what they want and what they say. Alls we have is the vagueness of it all - the subtle pervasive paranoia, or sense of being 'special' to some unknown party. Human nature at work - nothing unusual at all imo.