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.”
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.
It’s always fun to look under cushions and mattresses. Someone was sneaking some smokes at the Beverly Heritage.
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.
From a flight crew at a Holiday Inn in Sioux Falls where they report that all of the toilets are set away from the wall. Not bad…just kind of weird.
On a chair at an airport hotel in Denver.
A blood splotch on bedding at a Super 8 in South Dakota.
I genuinely felt sorry for myself because of the pit of a room that I was assigned…until I opened the drapes and saw the guy living next to me.
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.
At a hotel in Burbank where they lease out part of their garage to a funeral home for storing their hearses. There’s “odd” and then there’s ten hearses at your hotel. Maybe the Eagles were right.