From a flight attendant on layover at a non-brand hotel in Amarillo, she notes that the 3 foot slash in the curtain was disconcerting.
From a flight attendant on layover in Reno where the ceiling in the business center appears to be collapsing.
At a IHG brand in Tennessee where a previous left a lasting impression on the chair in the room.
As Flight Attendant X says, if it’s white, someone had a fun night. At a Hilton brand in Toronto during a winter storm.
From a traveler in Albany who stayed at a hotel that’s “in transition” to a new brand. Let’s see what we have: a pencil, crumbs and a crime scene – the trifecta.
From a traveler attending a conference in Ann Arbor, a little brown ceiling stain indicating that someone upstairs had a bit of a spill. It wasn’t in the bathroom and those usually correspond floor-to-floor, so it was probably something mundane like water. A lot of water.
Any other city, there could be some reasonable explanations for crusty material that pooled around the drain in the bath tub.
…or I’ll stand and I’ll kick and I’ll shout shout shout shout! A seriously dinged door from a suburban Las Vegas hotel. Wasn’t this a Nicholas Cages movie?
Maybe it was freshly painted or just hanging by a screw, but “out of order” seems a little…odd. At a hotel in Orlando.
When the curtains are put up with masking tape. One tiny pull to close them…and boom. At a suburban hotel in Orange County.