As Flight Attendant X says, “If it’s red and on the bed, someone bled.” And “If it’s white someone had a helluva night”. On the wall of a 4 star hotel in Atlanta.
From a travel blogging couple named Lisa and Greg whose siteis funemployedtravelers.com – Hotel Maria, Sudder Street, Kolkata, India. Rs250 ($5.43USD ) total 2ppl double bed w/private toilet. This place is hard to rate only because it was recommended by a lady we had met at the airport and[…]
Discovered by a flight attendant on layover in LA. She reported it to the carrier so she wouldn’t get blamed.
From a flight attendant on layover in Corpus Christi. She blames the opaque window crud on: “salt air and the petrochemical plants on every street corner.”
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.
This isn’t the first bathroom safety nightlight that’s had some mold issues.
Another standard item in hotel rooms that you just really don’t want to look at too closely.
From a flight attendant on layover in New York City, the Captain from the crew found a giant cockroach on the ceiling of his room.
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 Oklahoma City where not one but TWO of the chairs (room and Business Center) appear to have been visited by the same guest.