From a business traveler at an aging hotel in the Southwest that has undergone a massive makeover, historical pieces and art, nifty neon…but they missed the carpets. A DNA frappe’ next to a bed where someone was, for a moment, REALLY happy.
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
Some sparkly purple toothpaste left by a previous guest at a Springhill Suites.
Yuck. A small accumulation of hair at a Houston Bush airport.
From a business traveler in Colorado: “I wasn’t sure what it would be that would finally max out my patience with dirty hotel rooms, but climbing out of bed in the morning and stepping on someone’s old toe nail clippings was it. I just went Neandrathal on the front desk[…]
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 Oklahoma City where not one but TWO of the chairs (room and Business Center) appear to have been visited by the same guest.
From a flight attendant on layover in Orlando. Nice. Probably not a tub you’d want to take a bath in.
You can hardly tell that someone punched a hole in this Nashville hotel wall in a drunken rage….
Think about this: how many people use their hotel bathroom over the course of a year? People who may or may not wash after using the toilet and then flip off the light switch and go to bed. And then….look at this bathroom light switch at a hotel near Laguardia[…]