Always remember to take some wash clothes, and carefully pull the bed spread away and leave it in the corner. Lots of stuff happens on those spreads, as we’re reminded from this hotel in Allentown.
Hotel phones and channel changers are historic for being bacterial frappe’s. You don’t need a blacklight to see the crud on this one.
Someone was leaking in a non-chain hotel in Ohio.
On a chair at an airport hotel in Denver.
A blood splotch on bedding at a Super 8 in South Dakota.
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?
A tiny collection of “stuff” that has been sitting on a hotel carpet in Florida for probably decades.
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.
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.
A flight attendant discovered a little black curly reminder of a previous guest at a hotel in South Carolina.