If you have issues with, well, order and symmetry, this Holiday Inn in Oregon would put you on a ledge.
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.”
It’s always fun to look under cushions and mattresses. Someone was sneaking some smokes at the Beverly Heritage.
Disregard the love graffiti, recent guests at this Motel 6 disabled the smoke detector and just for good measure, baggied the sprinkler. Someone needs a patch.
It’s never a good sign when the previous brand’s shuttle van is sitting, abandoned, broken into and rusting in a corner of the parking lot. “Holiday Inn” can barely be seen through the paint. At a Marriott in San Antonio.
This is just weird, and unusually disturbing. A flight attendant on layover in Jackson, MS picked up the inevitable ice bucket sitting counter in the bathroom and found some false eye lashes.
Discovered by a flight attendant on layover in LA. She reported it to the carrier so she wouldn’t get blamed.
Probably a smart move not to chew gum in bed, so why not just stick it on the wall where you can retrieve and pick up where you left off the next morning? At the Hotel Ibis in Belo Horizonte
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.
So much filth and dirt and bacteria and uncategorizable crap in this Manhattan hotel bathroom nightlight that it’s just best not to even wonder WTF is all in there.