Hotels can mean different things to different people. A place to stay while you’re on a business trip. Part of an amazing vacation. And sometimes it means a chance for funny things to happen or think about. Like these…
-They moved the staff party to the beginning of summer, instead of end
-Dunno, maybe they want us to have a happy beginning for the summer season.
-I don't wanna a happy beginning, <door opens and Gen. Manager walks in> I want a happy ending!!
— Sarcastic Hotel Staff (@HotelSarcastic) May 27, 2019
Not sure I’ll ever understand a hotel that boasts 600 threadcount sheets and plush, cozy robes providing toiletpaper and tissue made of sandpaper. 😬🤷🏽♀️🤬
— Bonnie Gillespie (@bonniegillespie) July 25, 2018
I think hotels set their rates based on how hard the shower is to figure out.
— Alex Baze (@bazecraze) June 25, 2013
As you book your summer vacations, don't forget that all your kids really want to do is swim in a hotel pool.
— Meredith (@PerfectPending) May 31, 2016
— 🌸😊🌸 (@LaliPop77) June 14, 2018
I think the thread count on this hotel towel is "gravel".
— PATRIOT NATION! (@PATRIOTNATlON) July 19, 2013
vacation (n.): An annual activity in which people spend a week in a hotel room with a toddler to remember that going to work's not so bad
— Pete Lynch ⚪️ (@PJTLynch) June 30, 2015
HOTELS: this is a place to relax, unwind, and take it easy
ALSO HOTELS: we stop serving breakfast at sunrise
— Cullen (@HelloCullen) March 6, 2019
Stayed at a hotel with an interesting addition in each room. We thought it was funny at first, until we all got a front row show of my dad rushing to the bathroom after eating Taco Bell. #SummerVacationFail pic.twitter.com/Cim9Rs5Xlx
— Perkinskiii (@adrunkteacher) June 20, 2018
I think hotels should be required to post a disclaimer if they don't have power outlets within easy reach of the bed.
— Brian Kibler (@bmkibler) June 25, 2016
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