At an Orlando resort where a mom and dad sat on beach chairs and chatted while their two little darlings waded around knee-deep in a pond posted for gators.
“Or enjoy a swim in our lap pool” as advertised at the Hilton brand in Tampa. Hot tubs are bigger.
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.”
From a flight attendant on layover at a Sheraton in Philadelphia. “The pool looked like the bottom of a gas station toilet.”
Mud? Blood? And a whole lot more at a hotel in Amherst, Nova Scotia.
“From a series of photos that were taken at the Princess Hotel in Georgetown, Guyana — perhaps the worst and ugliest hotel I have ever stayed in. It bills itself as a fancy, four-star sort of place, but… the pictures do the talking. The hotel pool was a bit low.”[…]