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I know this sounds Racist , But Every Hotel Now is owned by Indians.
I think they get either a Grant or Special Loan from the Goverment
when they come to the U.S.
They are surly and downright rude and behave as if they resent americans.
Forget about them using profits to make repairs. I made the mistake of working for a Indian family one time and he spent a lot of money on a Camera System just so he could spy on me from home and call me when he saw me eating or talking on the phone and would question as to why.
In little town they go under cause no redneck will ever put up with that crap.
I can't argue with any of these findings. I have stayed at many of these chains. I have filed very specific complaints while staying there and to their corporate owners. All you'll get is lip service. Pay the extra money and sleep better.
I stayed in a Fairfield last week that I found less than acceptable. (Owensboro, KY) I sent my complaints to corporate and the manager sent me an email essentially stating that I didn't know what I was talking about. They offered me points to get me to go away. Insulting! Can everybody in America be bought now? I don't think so.
I have stayed in very expensive hotels that gave the worst posiible service (Hilton Hawaii, Big Island) and they just don't care. They even acknowledged they had little control over the property. The manager refused to contact me to offer a lame apology. I had pictures of trash on the floor of my $250/night room. After the 2nd day of that ^^^^hole I checked out and moved to the Hyatt next door.
Compared to India or Pakistan I bet the Management feels all these rooms are quite clean and comfortable
Of course what they do not take into account in this survey when speaking of "Chain Hotels" is the fact that they are franchises most of the time independent of each other. The Quality Inn of Bar Harbor, Maine is nothing like the reports. The Quality Inn in Fishkill New York is another example of really excellant property.
So before the reports are issued they should put out a disclaimer that all are not equal. It is an unjustice for the nice ones in these chains.
Very Very UNFAIR.
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