From a flight attendant on layover in Nashville: I took the machine down and called the manager, he said sorry and gave me 10,000 points for my discomfort. Sheesh talk about giving the guest a stomach cancer.
“The little black spot was just an imperfection or ‘ding’ but the odd drip stains were definitely from a previous guest”, courtesy of a business traveler in Raleigh.
A broken light fixture in an IHG brand in metro Atlanta.
From a hotel where a guest went to the bar and asked for a couple of bottles of beer to go back to the room. The server asked if he’d like them in a bucket with some ice, so he said “Sure!” and was given a 1987-era Miller Lite bucket[…]
From a hotel that’s between brands where they promised ice machines on the odd numbered floors. Only the 3rd floor had one and surprisingly, it wasn’t working.
And yet housekeeping missed this splatter at a hotel in Philly.
From a traveler in Chattanooga for a family event and staying at a property that ends in “Inn”. Based on the circumference and the general neighborhood, he thinks someone popped a cap(TM).
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.
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.