Mention hotel alarm clocks to a frequent guest and you’ll probably get an earful. Those ever-present digital clock radios frequently evoke feelings of confusion, frustration and even rage. “If hotel alarm clocks set you off, you’re not alone”
I don’t know anyone who’s been scammed by a third-party hotel site. But I should have known better than to admit it — and in the Washington Post, no less. “The truth about third-party booking “scams”? Maybe hotels can’t handle the truth”
Maybe you missed the announcement that the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) is introducing a “ground-breaking” new course focused on ethics in the travel industry. “Do ethics matter in travel? Yes, and here’s why”
When Jim Reid checks into a Westin hotel, he inevitably catches a whiff of a “woody cedar and vanilla” scent called White Tea. It’s a pleasant smell to most guests, but not to him. “Why hotels are happy to accommodate guest requests — up to a point”
It’s time to ponder the absurdity of the fees around us. And maybe it’s time to do something besides argue.
“Fees, fees, fees and more fees — where will it end?”