A previous guest left, and housekeeping missed, a dirty and still damp wash cloth at a non-chain hotel in the Pacific Northwest.
Someone was leaking in a non-chain hotel in Ohio.
Just a tiny amount of blood or maybe even a scab, in a hotel bathtub in Louisiana, disintegrating down to little comet trails of dried plasma. It’s minute but do you want that in the tub when you run a bath after a long day?
Just like in “Silence Of The Lambs”, I’ve dispatched a housekeeper to the floor above mine to put a bullet in his leg to see if he’s alive. At an O’Hare property.
There’s nothing like taking the bathmat off the rim of the tub, laying it out and finding two suspicious brown stains on it. But the icing on the filth was a pube that was kinda curled up and embedded in the ‘mat. Hard to see film but it’s there. At[…]
From a Holiday Inn brand in northwest Mississippi. The guest was informed on arrival that all of the water in town was brown because of cypress tree roots, but that it was fine to drink…as they loaded her up on bottled water.
From a flight attendant on layover in Orlando who believes there was an actual danged ‘shroom growing in the shower at her hotel.
From a flight attendant on layover in Orlando. Nice. Probably not a tub you’d want to take a bath in.
Even if you don’t have issues with germs, you still probably would not choose to linger long, thinking about the revolving door occupancy of an average hotel room. Let’s say that the room you’re in tonight mirrors the US hotel occupancy rate projected for 2014: 63.8%. That translate to 233[…]
From a flight attendant stranded in Shanghai for two days because of equipment problems. The bathwater she says appears to come directly from the river 21 floors below her hotel window.