Kentrel Thompson was accused of smoking marijuana at the Hampton Inn during a recent visit. According to the hotel, after “Mr. Thompson” left, the room needed to be professionally cleaned to get rid of the marijuana smell.
There are some problems with the accusation: Thompson isn’t a man, and she says she was not smoking anything in her room. Read more “That was not me smoking marijuana at the Hampton Inn!”
Hilton is charging Mary Zimmerman a $45 smoking fee because one of her relatives smoked in a hotel room.
Well, of course she did. It was a smoking room. Read more “Can you smoke medical marijuana in your “smoking room” at the Hampton Inn?”
Joni Mahler and her husband had hoped for a family reunion and invited relatives for a five-day visit. But when personal crises prevented the get-together from happening, the Mahlers found themselves bereft not only of the company of their relatives, but also of the money they paid for hotel rooms. Read more “An inexcusable runaround on a reservation refund (thanks, Expedia)”
When a family of four doesn’t get the hotel room it reserves, mayhem ensues.
Read more “Kicked out of my hotel on a holiday weekend”
Sandra Han claims her Hampton Inn room wasn’t clean.
The Hampton Inn begs to differ.
Read more “Hey Hampton Inn, how do you define a ‘clean’ room?”