You can’t deny that some hotels are just going to be better than others. Depending on the specific circumstances, you’ll find that some hotels are wonderful and others are, shall we say, not so much. But sometimes you’ll find yourself in a hotel that makes you scratch your head and say, “What were they thinking?”
Several months ago, we posted our original “A Dozen Ultimate Hotel Fails” article. It got a bunch of chuckles, so we’re now offering you a follow-up, in the form of Part 2.
Wow, what a view!
It’s like the ULTIMATE blackout curtain!
Hello, quality control?
At least housekeeping won’t have to use up too much time emptying the trash bin.
I “adore” (see what I did there?) this one
In this hotel room, you can either close the closet or the bathroom, but not both at the same time. Think of all the trees they saved by cutting down on doors in the room…
Am I seeing double?
Must’ve been 2-for-1 day at the discount hotel supplies shop
Yes, I’m definitely seeing double. Double Ds
I wonder if they consider this to be a problem or an asset
How does something like this even happen?
Can you imagine how much this could mess their patrons up if they’re coming back from a long night at the bar?
It got lost in the translation
Differences in languages are the BEST!
The hackers will never figure it out…
I wonder if the misspelling was done on purpose or not?
I hope this is a room for a single
BTW, it’s not – you can see another bed in the lower right corner of the photo. Awkward!
How passive-aggressive is this?
Welp, at least you still have a place to put your spare change
Need a little weather stripping, maybe?
Dude, that’s COLD!
I have no words.
*** Thanks to Barb S. for the heads up about this topic!
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