The airlines have protocols and procedures to protect their flight crews on layovers and savvy employees learn the do’s and don’ts of life on the road. But sometimes the lodging doesn’t accommodate. From a flight attendant on her night between flights.
From a flight attendant on layover in the very wide and oblique “Missouri” where she found the peep hole punched out and replaced with Kleenex.
There are a small percentage of travelers who would find this slightly-askew-door disconcerting in an “exploding head kind of way.”
…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?
From a flight attendant on layover in Odessa, Texas. The door doesn’t quite fit the door frame. It doesn’t really instill you with confidence.
It would take serious effort and a steel-toed boot to put four major dings in a metal-plated hotel room door. At an IHG brand in British Columbia.
“A 1000 hotel rooms and finally, a Marriott in Texas, helped me figure something out that even eight years of college hadn’t helped me solve. The hundreds of laptops and cell phones I’ve had stolen over the years. If only I’d know how to work the connecting door to the[…]
Discovered by a flight attendant on layover in LA. She reported it to the carrier so she wouldn’t get blamed.
From a flight attendant at The Focus at SFO. Checked in and found paper wadded-up, plugging the door peephole.
Someone REALLY wanted in to this room at the Galt House in Louisville. Submitted by a traumatized flight attendant.