A daring traveler chose to go where no one has dared go before…and look on top of the vending machine on the floor at his Wichita hotel. That’s a whole mess ‘o mess.
From a hotel in West Hollywood where the rooftop pool waiter acknowledged that people actually DO buy these $75,000 bottles of champagne “but just so they can impress their friends.”
I actually respect 4th grade humor, but the person who submitted this photo from a hotel in DC didn’t feel the same way. I guess that an all night red eye, a quick hour of sleep, making coffee while you’re in the shower and then having the coffee you pour[…]
From an international traveler: “I once flew to London for a lunch meeting with a client at an upscale private club. He had the server bring his food back because ‘the presentation is sorely lacking’. And this was my Holiday Inn breakfast this morning. Clive would not have approved.” hotelnightmares.com
I’ll be honest: I’ve never been a fan of biscuits and gravy. But this grease frappe at a non-chain hotel breakfast area in Indiana would have sent Oliver Twist running away screaming and flailing his skinny little orphan arms.
A little blue mold floating in the apple juice. “Upon waking up the next morning at 7:45 to the sound of someone hammering on the outside wall of our room, I went to take a look out the window to see what all the noise was about. I couldn’t see[…]
Boston IS expensive.
The day started with “Brian K’s” credit card getting slammed through a security breach at Target, he was bumped from his flight and with only some ATM cash had to book his hotel room in Nashville using points. So, when he finally got in 6 hours late, all he wanted[…]
13 tables with dishes and not a place to sit. The Embassy Suites in Downey, CA.
Safety notifications rarely go up until after an accident. At a Fairfield Inn.