Hotel Nightmares | just when you thought it was safe to pull back the sheets...
Business travelers, recreational travelers, novice travelers, professional travelers, space travelers…they’ve all experienced at least once, the thrill of checking into a hotel room and seeing a slightly bleached but still clearly defined vomit puddle near the bathroom door. Or a speck of blood on the shower tile. Maybe the random collection of short curly hair behind the door. Possibly a Rorschach test pattern of white droplets and splatter on the sofa.
Finally there’s a place to share these images without the social media stigma you might get from your children, parents or spiritual advisor who would look askance and ask “What the hell is wrong with you?” followed by “What kind of dumps do you stay in? Are you really that cheap?"
At hotelnightmares.com we know that filth doesn’t operate by a star system and that nice hotels are just as likely to have a dookie stain on the bed spread as that joint your boss put you in near the New Orleans airport last week. So share, stare…we don’t care. It’s all about the ish at hotelnightmares.com
Posted on October 30, 2014 by Paige Nienaber
Eye boogers, snot, who knows what else? This stuff’s been there for awhile.
Posted on October 27, 2014 by Paige Nienaber
Two blotches of something “red” on the wallpaper at an Embassy Suites. Generally blood turns rust color, and it scares us that we know this, but we’re still leaning on blood due to the skeezy location of said hotel.
Posted on October 20, 2014 by Paige Nienaber
At a hotel in Pelham, Alabama where it appears that some dude was caught up in the moment and his aim suffered.
Posted on October 16, 2014 by Paige Nienaber
Even if you don’t have issues with germs, you still probably would not choose to linger long, thinking about the revolving door occupancy of an average hotel room. Let’s say that the room you’re in tonight mirrors the US hotel occupancy rate projected for 2014: 63.8%. That translate to 233[...]
Posted on October 9, 2014 by Paige Nienaber
For $400 a night, you’d expect some fresh cut flowers, turn down service, maybe a fruit basket. Blood drops in the pillow are usually not the concierge list of perks for valued guests.
Posted on October 5, 2014 by Paige Nienaber
Literally exposed by the harsh light of day: the world’s filthiest counter top at an airport Westin. It looked fine, I opened the curtains when I checked and the setting sun it it JUST right. Yech.
Posted on October 3, 2014 by Paige Nienaber
A cascade of white splatter on a bed ruffle at a Hilton brand in NYC.
Posted on October 1, 2014 by Paige Nienaber
Blood on a bed. Is it fair that flight attendants who deal with this crap on the job should have to find it when they’re on a romantic getaway with their sweetie?
Posted on September 29, 2014 by Paige Nienaber
I’ve never quite understood switching to ice machines on every other floor. When water is a line item for the hotel, you probably want to look elsewhere.
Posted on September 28, 2014 by Paige Nienaber
Another look at some under-the-sink grossness at a Comfort Inn in DC from a flight attendant being a tourist.