A couple of bloody fingerprints on a mattress at a Sandman Hotel in Canada.
From a flight attendant on layover. After she showered she noticed all of the dirt particles that had accumulated on the floor of the tub. She swears it wasn’t on her when she got in, it wasn’t there WHEN she got in, so that pretty much leaves one conclusion.
At Caesars Palace from a couple who were trying to have a romantic Valentines Night.
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.
That’s the problem with chainsaw murders: the stuff gets everywhere. From a horrified flight attendant on a layover.
What the Hell? At an airport hotel in Syracuse, courtesy of a flight attendant on a layover.
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[…]
I think we have all of the bases covered. Liquid. Solid. Gas. And “liqlidas”. From a struck-blind flight attendant on a layover in Charlotte.
Too close to the toilet to NOT raise some suspicion. At a Hilton brand, courtesy of a flight attendant.
“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. This is the corner of room 448”[…]