have you ever been kicked out of a hotel?

have you ever been kicked out of a hotel?

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  1. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    109 hotels and it's always the fault of Expedia.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >109 hotels
      Is that literally the name of the hotel, or is that the quantity of hotels you've been kicked out of?

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        is he from Israel? Who is from Israel?

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Jesus Christ dude lurk moar on life in general

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      big kek

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Actually it's around 114 or 115 hotels now, there had been a few new ones in the last few years

      https://i.imgur.com/uoZukoG.jpg

      Not a hotel but
      >Be Australian living in VN
      >Go to Phan Thiet with gf because resort had cheap rooms because of carona
      >Staying at average cookie cutter resort, super family orientated with kids and families everywhere but still pretty chill.
      >Resort had a huge, nice looking spa, the kind geared for the Moms to go get massages, get their nails done and all that jazz
      >Go in one day with gf and order a couples room (Every man there is with their wife)
      >Waiting in the cuck lobby for a free room
      >Group of young Russians walk in (I know they're Russian because it's Phan Thiet)
      >They tell the receptionist they want a massage and the girl obliges, takes their order and tells them to sit down
      >Group starts getting a bit hostile and begins to insist that they see the girls first so they can chose the most beautiful one like it's a prostitutehouse
      >Receptionist is trying to explain in her garbage English that this is just spa and they'll get whoever is available
      >Russians are not having any of this, insist they see all the girls first
      >Receptionist eventually pulls all the girls out of their rooms so they can do a humiliating line-up in front of these guys
      >They are all looking at the girls like they are a buffet, they are giggling and discussing how all the girls look among themselves (I assume)
      >They eventually chose and sit down in the lobby
      >All the other Viet wives , husbands and staff are just looking in shock and cringe at what they just witnessed at this family spa
      >Get massage and leave

      Next day I later found out they'd got their massage but insisted they only pay half because they didn't get the girls that they chose, caused such a scene they eventually got told to take their money and frick off from the resort and not to come back. Shame because I really like Russians but there's something about beach towns that turns them into savages.

      Russians that travel are usually the overpriveleged sort and can be pretty scummy. Or they could have been from Ukraine or other Russian speaking ex ussr country, since they are literally indistinguishable unless one can recognise regional accents

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Nah it's fricked now, they are actual Russians from Russia(the worst kind) and they are all "on holiday" at the same time. They don't seem particularly overprivileged, just a bunch of c**ts.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah I was gonna say "They are definitely Russian because all the signs and stores are in Russian" but I forgot there are like 20 countries that speak Russian. But really in Saigon the Russians here are normal and kinda dorky but they still sometimes do the stupid no facial expression

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      mah men

  2. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Short answer is no, I've never been kicked out of or even banned from a hotel.

    The closest I've ever gotten was when I was on a school trip to Quebec. My class stayed at the Fairmont Chateau Frontenac in Quebec City. I was running around the lobby with my friends because we were dumb 12-year olds. A hotel receptionist came by and told us to cut it out, telling us that this was our "final warning." To be fair to that guy, this was a very nice hotel, so our lower-class behavior should never be tolerated.
    Had we continued to frick around, we probably would've been kicked out of the hotel, and sent back home on the next available flight (the school did warn that any misbehaving children will be sent back home at their parents' expense).

  3. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    How do you even get kicked out of a hotel?

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Being loud or aggressively drunk

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Being a dick
      Doing illegal things
      Causing significant property damage
      Being Israeli in Thailand

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        why do they even bother writing the message in Thai lmao

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          so they can indignantly ask their tour guide what it means

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          So the locals know something is being done about the problem

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          >why do they even bother writing the message in Thai lmao
          redpilling the locals?

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          For the israelites who've shape-shifted into thais.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        https://i.imgur.com/Q3pqI4K.jpg

        Why are israeli's hated so much?

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          because they are self-entitled self-important arrogant shitheads who complain loudly about everything at the drop of a hat
          t. worked in israel for a bit

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            oh so basically they are Brazilians?

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              no dude brazil is in south america. israel is in the middle east

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          Hasidics ruin it for all of them. Normal israelites in Israel also hate Hasidics and are currently fighting the government over normal israelites having to do mandatory military service while Hasidic israelites do not. That’s the primary reason for all the drama you see in the news about Israel right now

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            Nah even your "normal" ones are terrible people who treat non-jews like trash

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            it's because hasidic are based enough to know that the palestinian/gaza occupation is dumb. either take it over entirely or fook off

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            The hasidics aren't the ones partying in Thailand. YAJALT

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          despicable and worthless tyrants propped up by american pig-warmongers

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          Hasidics ruin it for all of them. Normal israelites in Israel also hate Hasidics and are currently fighting the government over normal israelites having to do mandatory military service while Hasidic israelites do not. That’s the primary reason for all the drama you see in the news about Israel right now

          The hasidics aren't the ones partying in Thailand. YAJALT

          Because of the Mizrahim

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          it's propaganda

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      I used to work at a hotel for night shifts and I only once kicked some kids out. Initially a room called about a noise complaint. Went to talk to them and to tell them to keep it down.
      Then these fricking morons snuck into the pool at 1am which was clearly closed ( lights off hours posted on door ) which had been left unlocked by the electronic lock malfunctioning.
      I sometimes miss those nights full of studying my third language, watching documentaries and chasing homeless around the property.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I only once kicked some kids out.
        Is the process different when you're kicking kids out (as opposed to kicking adults out)?
        Obviously, kicking an adult out is easy, and what happens to them afterwards is not your problem. But it's different when it's an unaccompanied minor, right?

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          At least one of them were 18, or all of them, they weren’t kids kids but either late high school or early uni. They checked in alone without an “ adult “ and to do that at least one of them needed to be 18.
          And as far as I know in that case it’s still not my problem. The mom phoned angrily the next day and my manager told me I did fine and not to worry about her and that’d he’d handle it.
          Was never told not to do that again or to take age into account. Didn’t get any kind of negative reaction from management. The pay was dogshit, but the job was easy and at least half my shift I spent studying or watching shit on my phone. Management was always on the side of the employees which was nice, but then again I imagine if management was shitty to employees they’d have an even higher turnover.

  4. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    never actually been kicked out but i've been warned for being noisy
    i was trying to learn a guitar part and (with my guitar unplugged) i was watching the same bit of the same video on youtube over and over again, late at night
    must have pissed off the neighbours no end

  5. 10 months ago
    Anonymous
    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >they can't even behave for a few minutes at a barber shop

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      they gave this guy an existential crisis in a 20 minutes haircut kek, they can't stop themselves

  6. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Nearly
    when I was in JP during my final day at the hotel before I went back home. The rooms are so tiny and my suitcase was massive (was going between a bunch of JP cities and Korea for about a month).
    It was probably 11 pm to 2 am and my gf was packing her suitcase laid out on the bed, so I moved into the hallway just to lay it out flat ( was impossible to lay it onto the floor, this room was TINY).I have no idea how? Cameras probably, but the hotel manager said if I didn't move they'd have to kick me out lmao. I was basically done then anyways, but thought it was weird. It was off season and I never seen another person on my floor so It's not like I got a complaint.

  7. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    almost got thrown out of a strip club cause one of my buddies took his phone out and tried to video some pussy spreading lmao. bouncer made him delete lol

  8. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    I went on a snowboard trip with a group of 8 guys when I was in high school. We stayed in a pretty nice hotel on the lake. We did a lot of damage to the hotel. One night, we flooded the linoleum hallway with water and dish soap and made a slip and slide. We had a fight in the room with wet spaghetti, cheese whiz and shaving cream. We ruined all the towels by wiping down our snowboards. We threw all of the dishes off the 5th floor balcony into the lake. We called the front desk and sexually harassed her all night. We did bumper cars and races with the luggage carts in the hallways and damaged the walls. We also broke a lot of the art work and vases in the room. I still have videos of most of it that we filmed on an old VHS camcorder. We got an $800 cleaning fee and a permanent ban from the hotel after we checked out, which I thought was pretty reasonable. We disputed the charge with the credit card company and paid about $400 instead which worked out to an extra $50/person. It was a pretty good deal for how much fun we had.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      scummy

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        considering you were in high school $800 was like 1/10 of the damages you caused.

        if you were 18+ im sure the hotel would have sued for damages

        t. property manager

        It was the 90s, you would not understand if you weren't there.
        No cell phones. Security cameras were few. No social media. Parents generally left you unsupervised. Personal records weren't online. It was easy to get away with this stuff.
        High school was literally like Jackass if you were into any sport. Zoomers will never know. I'm not that anon but I was there.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          You nailed it. You sound like you were in the room with us. LOL. It was our last high school trip before we graduated. There were zero rules.

          I'll tell you another fun one. I was on this huge co-ed trip with a sailing group called the Sea Explorers when I was 14. We were staying on a military base. There were probably about 30 kids. One night, one of the younger kids steals the keys to a boat on the base and takes it out joyriding. He comes back and runs the boat into the dock at near full speed in front of everyone. The next day, we saw him in handcuffs being led away by MP's. We got kicked off the base, permanently banned from all Navy installations in Virginia, and ended up cutting the trip short and going home. It was still one of the funnest trips of my life. The girl to guy ratio was like 2:1. We snuck out and partied all night. We had 2 adult chaperones for the whole group and one was an old man who went to bed at 8pm, the other was a guy in his 20's who partied with us.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      considering you were in high school $800 was like 1/10 of the damages you caused.

      if you were 18+ im sure the hotel would have sued for damages

      t. property manager

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      kek this sounds exactly like what would happen in an 80s or 90s teen comedy movie. Sounds like you had a blast.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      based
      did something similar but milder in the mid 00s for free

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Most civilized board ape

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      I miss HS we did similar shit

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      I miss HS we did similar shit

      are either of u Black folk by any chance?

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Black people don't snowboard. Only a poor person who had never been to a ski resort wouldn't know that.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      If you were under 15, based. I never did anything that bad but spent all morning as a 14 year old with friends pegging stuff at people from our hotel balcony in Tokyo. I remember seeing the hit, ducking and laughing so hard I could barely breathe.
      We also bought porn and beer - sprinting away from the cashier who chased us down, just trying to give us our change.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      On one side, you and your friends were irresponsible idiots, on the other side things like this are exactly what makes our life worthy of being lived. These are the memories you and your friend will think about in 50 years and smile.

  9. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    I only got close to being kicked out of a hotel while we were on some middle school year end trip. Some of my fellow classmates complained about the quality of hostels/student accommodations we used to stay at before (our teachers always found the cheapest shit at amazing locations). So one time we went to an actual nice hotel, wasn't a five star one but at least three stars. Well, it took us about two or three hours to start to get warnings from the manager for being too loud and not careful enough with the property. Our teacher gave us an emotional plea to 'just tone it down' while we're at the hotel. I think we didn't end up toning it down too much, but that school trip was 3 nights anyway, so the hotel manager just gave up. The teachers did try to tire us out the next day with a long ass excursion so that we wouldn't have the energy to cause scenes, and I think that helped as well.

    We went on 3-7 days long school trips twice a year. That was the only one time we stayed at a hotel. After this we were allowed to democratically choose accommodation. We always chose the cheapest (= dystopian) accomodations available. (Cheap accomodation meant we could get back money from the school at the end of the year... I mean it was supposed to go to parents, but most parents just gave it to us as a thanks for not going over budget like every other class. lol)
    The cheapest accomodation also meant that we had fun stuff happening like water pipes spontaneously broken while we're there so a whole bungalow's floor was flooded. Or that we would stay in a building where only immigrant workers live otherwise. One place looked like it hasn't been opened for a good 5-10 years prior to arrival (there were so many spiderwebs and dust, many of us had to sleep on the porch). Slept at a place where everyone else were basically special ed abandoned by their families. The list goes on. Either way at these cheap spots there wasn't even anyone to kick us out.

    As an adult I never had a problem.

  10. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Not kicked out, but was on a business trip that had spanned quite a few cities. I was in Detroit and had a big night out and maybe got back to the room at 5am, thought I'd spend my Sunday sleeping and chilling.

    4pm... the phone rings in my room.
    >Hello Mr Anon, we just wanted to check that everything was ok and whether you will be staying with us for another night.

    Weird...
    >no, I won't be staying any longer as I need to get back to NYC

    >Oh, it's just that checkout time was 2pm for our loyalty members

    >what do you mean? Let me check my reservation, I thought I check out on Monday

    >it is Monday Mr Anon

    >FUUUUUUUUU.
    I have to drive my rental car back to JFK for 9am and get a flight at around noon.

    I quickly pack my bags and check-out (shoutout to the Westin Book Cadillac for not charging me anything or being dicks about the late check-out).

    Drove through the night to New Jersey and then had a nap in the back of the car at a truck stop before I got to an area that was too built up. Then drove on to JFK and managed to get the car back in time.

  11. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >and I am a diehard privacy person
    Evidently not lmao.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      very low reading comprehension

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        >i'm not gay, i just like men fricking me in the ass every night

  12. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    As an Indian Malaysia/Singapore Airbnb hosts have denied me a lot of times.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      i used to go out with a girl who was a travel admin for a big IT firm
      she arranged travel for consultants on projects and had to kind of shepherd them around when they were visiting different countries, that kind of thing
      they hired a lot of pajeets and she told me a few horror stories
      just bizarre shit like flooding the bathroom because they had clogged up the sink and the toilet and left the taps running for days on end. simple technology like a plug was just beyond them. or basically destroying all the furniture because they wanted to steal the door handles or whatever, wrecking all the kitchen appliances in serviced apartments, etc etc. like if led zeppelin, the who and motley crue had gone on tour together they would be like children compared to half a dozen indian software testers on their first foreign trip
      there's a reason this happens. pajeets are the most disgusting creatures on the planet

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Are you a Malaysian or Singaporean Indian or are you an Indian from India? Did they give a reason for denying you?

  13. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've been so drunk I've pissed myself in bed in hundreds of hotels and they don't say a word.

  14. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    You don't sound like you're a lot of tun. I bet you didn't get invited to a lot of parties. That makes me sad 🙁 You really can't fathom the euphoria of going on a trip with 8 buds and 25 single high school girls with zero rules unless you've been there.

  15. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Not personally but I did see someone get hauled out by cops at a Marriot I was staying in during a trip to Shanghai 6 something years ago.

  16. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Of course not. I am a civilized guest. But I did get a long, threatening, hilariously snotty lecture from a concierge on my wedding night as he ejected a bunch of our friends attempting to come in and hang out with us. He kept pointing out the price of the room, which was pretty weird given that we had paid for it, as if to imply that only cheaper hotels tolerated party people.

    In his defense, our six friends were carrying a crate of beer and lots and lots of bottles of liquor, and I would have been wary of people throwing a party in my expensive bridal suite, too. They weren’t going to trash the place, but he didn’t know that, and I suspect we would have been unpleasantly loud despite our best efforts.

    We ended up taking over the lobby bar and spending a grand on the hotel’s wine and liquor, which was evidently totally acceptable.

  17. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >Whoa man, it's like man must be governed or something. Weird.

  18. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    I'm happy that we live in a constant surveillance state otherwise incels will go off doing bad shit.

  19. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Do I look black, Chinese, israeli?

  20. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Not a hotel but
    >Be Australian living in VN
    >Go to Phan Thiet with gf because resort had cheap rooms because of carona
    >Staying at average cookie cutter resort, super family orientated with kids and families everywhere but still pretty chill.
    >Resort had a huge, nice looking spa, the kind geared for the Moms to go get massages, get their nails done and all that jazz
    >Go in one day with gf and order a couples room (Every man there is with their wife)
    >Waiting in the cuck lobby for a free room
    >Group of young Russians walk in (I know they're Russian because it's Phan Thiet)
    >They tell the receptionist they want a massage and the girl obliges, takes their order and tells them to sit down
    >Group starts getting a bit hostile and begins to insist that they see the girls first so they can chose the most beautiful one like it's a prostitutehouse
    >Receptionist is trying to explain in her garbage English that this is just spa and they'll get whoever is available
    >Russians are not having any of this, insist they see all the girls first
    >Receptionist eventually pulls all the girls out of their rooms so they can do a humiliating line-up in front of these guys
    >They are all looking at the girls like they are a buffet, they are giggling and discussing how all the girls look among themselves (I assume)
    >They eventually chose and sit down in the lobby
    >All the other Viet wives , husbands and staff are just looking in shock and cringe at what they just witnessed at this family spa
    >Get massage and leave

    Next day I later found out they'd got their massage but insisted they only pay half because they didn't get the girls that they chose, caused such a scene they eventually got told to take their money and frick off from the resort and not to come back. Shame because I really like Russians but there's something about beach towns that turns them into savages.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      That sounds like normal russian behavior.

  21. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I got a hooker in Kathmandu and the next morning the hotel kicked me out and made me write an apology

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      lmao you were already paying the consequences by leaving, what more would the apology have done?

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      And like the cuck you are, you actually wrote it. Unbelievable.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Cuck Mode:
        >Write a full heartfelt apology

        Beta Mode:
        >Write an insincere, passive-aggressive apology

        Normie Mode:
        >Write a single "Sorry" on a piece of paper

        Alpha Mode:
        >Don't write an apology

        Chad Mode:
        >Write "Frick off" on a piece of paper

        GIGACHAD Mode:
        >Make them apologize

  22. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I hope they ban Russians from Bali, Thailand, and SEA in general. The situation has gotten out of hand.

  23. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Yeah, it was at a music festival and then most of this motel 6 was rented out by people going to the festival. So a bunch of us got together in one of our rooms and partied until like 3:00 in the morning. we got like two noise complaints and eventually the police were called and we all got kicked out. we stayed at Denny's for like an hour or two until the police left and then we all snuck back in and piled in this one guy's room and slept all over the place on the floor six to the bed in the arm chair. good times.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >noise complaint
      >police
      Police aren’t called for noise complaints unless you refuse to leave the property. Police waiting around the property for two hours is also unbelievable.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        i don't know what to tell you. it happened. the staff came to our room twice and told us to quiet down. and we didn't really, then the cops came and said we had to leave. i tried to stay in my room but they weren't having it. then then hung around the parking lot for an hour or so. why would i lie?

  24. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >always give us a hard time and shit
    hehe

  25. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

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    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

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      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

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  26. 9 months ago
    The

    >be me
    >Nomads hostel Byron Bay
    >drink 1/2 bag of goon playing kings cup
    >other hostel guests express concern for my well being
    >they recommend I go for nap
    >one-sided verbal altercation ensues involving multiple uses of the N word
    >consensus is I should leave
    >decide to leave shortly after I'm throw out
    >drink 1/4 more of goon bag
    >attempt to go for walk, having a hard time putting one foot in front of the other
    >drop goon bag, spend 20 minutes on hands and knees looking for it
    >return to hostel
    >attempt to solicit sex from roommates
    >offer declined
    >black out
    >woken up by police officers
    >girls are screaming something about their used panties ending up in my bedsheets
    >"well if they're yours then why am I sleeping with them?"
    >argument was not successful
    >cops drag me out of hostel room
    >they take me to abandoned train station
    >rough me up a bit
    >I find my goon bag
    >they don't allow me to drink it
    >throw me in drunk tank
    >attempt to check in to hostel upon release
    >card doesn't work
    >ask front desk
    >threatened with police if I don't leave
    >grab my stuff and wait for bottle shop to open

    Australia was a solid 7/10

  27. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    No but the wife and I got told to keep it down from the front desk apparently the room next to us heard me fricking her living brains out and moaning and the headboard banging

    felt like a boss that day

  28. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Bellagio
    Travel lodge
    I like to mix it up

  29. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    "diehard privacy person" I'll assume that's a euphemism for 30 year old virgin.

  30. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I was kicked out of a hostel for being an idiot and puking on someone else's bags while I was out of it. I climbed back in my bed and fell asleep, then was woken up by the staff and made to leave. They let me sleep on the chair in the lobby until morning, though. Ireland. It happens.

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