What was the worst hotel/accommodation you've encountered whilst traveling?

What was the worst hotel/accommodation you've encountered whilst traveling?

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  1. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Ur mom's bedroom lmao

    But seriously, I've only been mildly disappointed by cleanliness in some hotels, I usually do my research and never slept anywhere that truly was bad.

  2. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Stayed in a brothel

  3. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    all of the ones with shit wifi signal to your room

  4. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Did someone spill a thermos full of coffee on that bed, or what's the deal? Maybe I'll regret for asking, lol.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      https://www.ebaumsworld.com/pictures/russian-lady-rents-hotel-room-for-8-months/84704782/

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        I sometimes neglect washing my sheets for months but they didn't look like THAT at the end.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          I mean you probably didn't shit in it which this ancient old fart probably did

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        i mean that's on the hotel staff for not forcibly changing her sheets every week
        even backpacker's hostels change long-term guest's sheets every week

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          >even backpacker's hostels change long-term guest's sheets every week

          I stated at a hostel in Athens once for 14 days, the first week I saw that my sheets weren't being changed, at that point I had only a week booked, but wanted to book more days.
          What I did is every morning I would renew for another day, this way I had my sheets changed daily for that last week, I tgink because they'd make a list of what needs to be changed before I renewed, big brains.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        That’s a lot of chipotle. Explains the feces covered mattress.

  5. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Nothing too awful yet. Last place I stayed at in Belfast had the flimsiest walls and I could literally hear the man in the room next to me talking on the phone. As in, I could distinguish the words. Not just a muffled talking voice.

    In Hamburg I woke up at like 2 am because a girl was moaning very loudly somewhere down the hallway and it made me cry for being such a lonely sad fricker.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Is there really no sound proofing in Hotels? I wouldn't want people hearing my sex life and definitely not hear others.

      Are Airbnb homes hella expensive?

      Stayed in a hostel for a month while doing farm work in Australia, and it was fricking grim. Owner was an arsehole, there was nothing to do, nearest bottle shop was a car ride away. The place was filthy. The beds were all knackered.

      Was the pay decent at least?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      this is similar to my story, only i was with my mother.
      >be me 18, travelling through spain with my mother
      >we are in barcelona and there is this big festival celebrating something
      >day was fine, went on some tours, ate yummy food for dinner
      >arrive at the hostel
      >thin walls
      >try to go to bed
      >hear progressively load moans from next door
      >very clear moans of a woman, can hear the thumping of pelivic area on pelvic area,
      >ooooooooooooooooooh aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhh
      >im frozen in one single bed.
      >my mother is staying in the same room as me, in another single bed.
      >we both try to ignore the moaning from next door
      >it goes on and on and on
      >1+ hour plus
      >my mother has now begun swearing 'frick' shut the frick up' intermittently every 15 minute at conversion level
      >moaning ends after 1 hour...
      >moaning begins again loader and faster and clearer than ever before, a few minutes later
      >can hear load thumping
      >the fricking walls of the room are shaking
      >my mother gets out of her bed and faces the wall, where the sounds are coming from, and yells 'SHUT THE FRICK UP YOU INSUFFERABLE IDIOTS. PEOPLE ARE TRYING TO FRICKING SLEEP'
      >in response we hear 'quiet bella'
      >thumping continues, moaning continues, my mother continues to yell frick intermittently
      >im still in bed, wide awake, every thump pierces my mind, reverberating throughout my body for what seems like eternity.
      >im traumatized...people actually have sex. i thought i was a fake meme.
      >7 years later im a kissless virgin
      >those sounds from next door on that trip were closest sexual interaction ive ever had
      captcha was "basedak"
      wtf

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >>with mother
        I've never seen anyone over like 25 at a hostel

  6. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Stayed in a hostel for a month while doing farm work in Australia, and it was fricking grim. Owner was an arsehole, there was nothing to do, nearest bottle shop was a car ride away. The place was filthy. The beds were all knackered.

  7. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Some shitty dive motel in Barstow run by a creepy scamming new canadian. Don't even need to greentext if you've been you already know what I mean.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      If there were a subscription service for finding non pajeet owned motels I'd pay for it.

  8. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >rent very nice looking small town airbnb (with free bycicles included) in Spain
    >owner: Adam McHollister
    >oh nice it's probably a lovely laidback chap
    >arrive at place
    >call Adam
    >some Indian with that unintelligable accent picks it up, he doesn't seem to understand either English or Spanish
    >wtf is this some scam?
    >turns out Adam's a gay and this Pajeet is his lover who takes care of the place while he's away
    >makes up tons of bullshit rules, can tell he's a typical streetshitter seething at whites 24/7
    it was an absurd weekend
    >bikes had flat tires btw

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      fricking hate airBNB now. used to be awesome

      >get place near the beach
      >"Whole house"
      >we get to the house which turned out to be a duplex instead of 2 storeys. they included photos of both places in the advert and didnt mention it was split in two with the owners using upstairs.
      >whatever, lets get in and get to the beach
      >knock at door 15 mins later asking me to move my car which was in the driveway
      >move into the street
      >knock at door 5 mins later from a neighbor telling me to get my car off the street (was a wide street, wasnt in the way at all and I'm legally able to do so. seems like the kind to key my car, so I move it again)
      >move it onto the grass in front of the place
      >owners come back and try to give me shit about parking there (literally no other options, pretty sure they wanted me to walk to this town with no public transport)
      >go out for dinner and consider cancelling and going to a hotel, decide against it coz we're stubborn and tired.
      >wake up early the next morning to owner mowing grass right outside of the bedroom window and next to my car (occasionally hearing rocks hit the paint) kindly ask them to stop and move my car AGAIN.
      >overhear owners leaving for brunch
      >packed all our shit and bailed.
      >emailed airBNB which expectedly gave me the GFYS response, so I reversed the transaction with the credit card company and havent used them since 2016.

      frickem

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      The pajeet lied to you, gay men are notoriously racist and even when they do racemix they never do so with indians and asians, they're always complaining about how white gays are racist and refuse to date/frick them. "Adam McCalilister" was just a name he made up to get customers because no one wants to rent from pajeets

  9. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Some dump in London called 2 West Hostel or something similar. They've long since closed down. It was one of the most miserable places I've stayed, largely because:
    >the staff were comprised exclusively of bitter Eastern European "volunteers"
    >many of the guests were migrant workers and/or literal gypsies

    Both the staff and the guests treated the hostel as their own private property, and were disrespectful, loud, and obnoxious beyond anything I've seen in even the most degenerate party hostels. Theft was also a recurring problem, to the point where multiple people in my dormitory had personal affects pilfered over the course of several short days--one person, if I'm not mistaken, had his wallet pickpocketed while taking a daytime nap.

    I've been to objectively worse properties, in terms of ownership and condition, but that place was just uniquely bad in almost every respect.

  10. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    jesus christ, did someone DIE in that bed?

  11. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've had so many it's hard to pick one.
    The one time a black dude kept smoking weed all night in the room?
    That one hostel with immigrants, sorry, 2 hostels in a row in rome with immigrants who pissed on the toilet floor and never showered.
    Shit it might be that one time I was alone with an Argentinean bloke who looked like a rapist.
    Or that time the room was full of blood, cum and mold.
    When you always pick the cheapest possible option you get to live these experiences, no regrets though.

  12. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    The worst-smelling hotel was in Guaymas last winter, and cost 300 pesos. It was in an old shop that had some walls put in, and my room absolutely reeked of an abominable cheesy odor. I covered the shower drain as usual, but the odor never went away. The next hotel for 300 pesos was just as bad in its own ways. Cheapest decent room I got in Sonora was for 375 pesos in Empalme, off an unpaved residential street. I could see the person in the next room showering through the bathroom vent.

  13. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    This hotel room in remote Andes in Peru.
    No toilet or shower, potty in room for shitting, if you have to piss there was is a designated pissing corner in the corridor. Obviously no heating and the door had a gap at the bottom all while it's bellow freezing weather outside.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      I stayed in something similar to this in the middle of China once. The main differences: most of the "rooms" were simply formed by hanging fabrics between walls of an actual bigger room. There was one toilet that actually kinda-sorta worked, although it looked and smelled as if it didn't work.

      We stayed there cause my friend wanted to see how bad it can be if we pay $2 per night. In that area the hotels marked as 5 stars (which would be like 3 stars outside China) they were like $30-40 per night for 2 people. It was such a relief to stay in one of those afterwards.

      Some dump in London called 2 West Hostel or something similar. They've long since closed down. It was one of the most miserable places I've stayed, largely because:
      >the staff were comprised exclusively of bitter Eastern European "volunteers"
      >many of the guests were migrant workers and/or literal gypsies

      Both the staff and the guests treated the hostel as their own private property, and were disrespectful, loud, and obnoxious beyond anything I've seen in even the most degenerate party hostels. Theft was also a recurring problem, to the point where multiple people in my dormitory had personal affects pilfered over the course of several short days--one person, if I'm not mistaken, had his wallet pickpocketed while taking a daytime nap.

      I've been to objectively worse properties, in terms of ownership and condition, but that place was just uniquely bad in almost every respect.

      I stayed in something like this as well once, not fun.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      why do you people torture yourselves?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        For the "authentic" experience even though the average person doesn't live like that. Or they're ultra poor/israelite and still want to travel.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        They're broke

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      why the frick did they even put a TV in this

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Stayed at an AirBnB in Venice which was lovely apart from the bed bugs. Woke up with a face like the moon. Horrible pulsatile bites all over my body.

        Was lucky not to bring the bastards back as the flooring was solid not carpeted. This means some clarty previous guest had brought them in and they'd gone through the generations feeding off successive victims.

        Prick owner spoke excellent English until I mentioned the pestilence.

        I assume irony

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      >designated pissing corner

  14. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    There are a few that come to mind but most notably the Indian train station transit house room that it seems people were shitting into through a window and had for that reason been totally abandoned.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      TIL Indian has designated shitting windows.

  15. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've been pretty lucky but once in Malaysia I scanned my keycard at a room I thought was mine (I was dehydrated and tired) and it unlocked. I opened to my surprise a room with 2 double beds. I sat in the bed for a bit and went to take a shower and soon enough, the manager opens my door without even knocking! He had a Muslim mother and her kids behind her wondering what some white guy is doing in their room. I tell the manager that I'll get my things out ASAP and move to my room. The mother was ANGRY at me. I scanned my card on the door right in front of her but she didn't care. That's when I realized Malaysia is a really weird place full of 105 IQ Chinese and 80 IQ Bengalis. My real room had a window that wouldn't close all the way which kept me up until 3am

  16. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    hostel in Amiens which had windows that wouldn't open more than about 5cm in the height of French summer
    oh and it only had 2 plugs, in a room of 5 beds

  17. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    In Germany I had a room right above the exhaust vent of a fast food joint so every time I opened the window you got this big whiff of stale cooking oil. If that wasn't bad enough the pajeet cleaning my room was so fricking smelly I gagged when I came back in the room and I had to literally stand next to the window and cleanse my airways with the cooking oil smell.

    Why are pajeets so fricking gross?

  18. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've found Airbnbs run by Chinese people are dirty and run down. I avoid them now.

  19. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    mumbai

  20. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Gostinitsa Rodniki in Ivanovo Oblast, Russia. There was so much mold in the bathroom I didn't dare take a shower. The furniture hadn't been changed since Soviet times. There was dust everywhere and I'm really not fussy about cleanliness. Couldn't lock the door to my room.

    Banger price at five Euros a night though.

  21. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Chinatown hotel in Bangkok. Everything had a greasy popcorn feel to it like the room key, elevator buttons. Hot musty stench of cigarettes in the hotel room. No toilet paper at all only a water hose. No shower head just the pipe. Roaches on my bed when I came back after a long day. Random Chinese guy standing in hallway outside his room, no shirt only wearing underwear and sandals scratching himself.

  22. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Aussie backpacking in Europe. Hang out with nice Canada dude for a while. We stay in some basement room with twin beds no windows in old castle type hostel. Both wake up simultaneously about 3am from scary dream (levitation/ vampire type shit) and leave asap the next morning.

  23. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Prostitutes hotel in Marseille, France.
    I was stuck there between trains because of delays and had to spend a few night hours near the main railway station St Charles.

    I'd have stayed up but the neighborhood can be dangerous at night so I took a cheap hotel there (most were full). It was really filthy but at least there were no bed bugs.

    While working in Germany I also got lodged a few times by the German Army. The rooms were often very good, but sometimes I got just a very dirty bed with no sheets, and I once was in a building so decrepit that refugees had refused it when offered.

  24. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    i've visited many third world countries in my time but funnily enough it was in Australia where I found some of the most rank rancid accommodations. These backpacker hostels have lower standards than a Turkish jail cell. I was in the "yellow submarine" hostel in Brisbane and They had this moldy cellar room that smelled like cold smoke and had ran through matrasses that hadn't been cleaned in years and somehow and extra room behind a curtain where semi homeless people made that thing their living room.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      kek that's the one under the railway tracks that's filled with feral Australians right? God what a shit hole

  25. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I booked a room in Split, Croatia last summer in what I thought was a hotel; I guess it technically was a hotel, but it was also on the top floor of a slightly dismal semi-abandoned shopping mall across a small square from two large nightclubs. The building vibrated with UNTS UNTS UNTS until something-AM, then the room across the hall from ours filled with zoomers on MDMA with a Bluetooth speaker. Got maybe an hour of sleep. It wasn’t even a particularly cheap or comfortable room. Kind of liked the Glagolitic script art in the lobby, though.

  26. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Stayed in one of the cheapest hotels in Melbourne Australia. Took my clothes off, left them on the floor, went to bed, woke up in the morning, picked my shirt up off the floor, and it was a bit wet. Felt the floor and it was damp. I don't know what from. Smelled my shirt, couldn't detect any odor. I stupidly put the shirt on because I didn't have any other clothes. Ended up throwing it out and just wearing a jacket with nothing underneath. Frick that place. Also caught covid the night before and went home on the train (didn't know I had covid yet, just felt like shit the whole way home) so I probably spread it to a bunch of people without knowing.

  27. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Every hotel in America

  28. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why would you bring up such a horrible thing you fool?

    Nobody wants to talk about this.

  29. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've posted this before, but I stayed at a Knight's Inn in Big Bear California for OKtoberfest like 10 years ago. You check in a the front desk of the Knight's Inn and then they tell you to go to a building across the street which was an abandoned hotel. We actually checked in and then went to Oktoberfest without seeing the room. When we showed up at 3 am, this is what he motel looked like. Look at the Yelp photos. It was the worst motel I've ever seen.

    https://www.yelp.com/biz/knights-inn-big-bear-lake-big-bear-lake

  30. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I unironically stayed at this place on a road trip. It was easily the worst place I've ever been, I should've just slept in my car or in a bush.

  31. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Booked an AirBNB in Latvia. Owner insisted on giving me the key at central station. Later I found out why:
    - room had no bathroom. You had to trod through a muddy courtyard to use a filthy toilet
    - bed had been used by bugs as their nesting grounds
    - room door was made of glass and the only barrier between arabs and bed was a thin white veil

  32. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Nothing major but a particular smelly motel in California.

  33. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    hostel in budapest

  34. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    I didn't "stay there", but I visited often my best friend who worked night shift at a cheap hotel in my hometown
    >4* hotel....in 1960, probably
    >old, worn furniture and small beds
    >shit wifi
    >in summer the air conditioning central fan would seize and needed a fan pointed at it to cool off
    >some rooms had a recurring bedbugs problem, he had to write a note to the day shift "our friends are staying in room 404"
    >breakfast was store bought croissants still in their plastic packaging and the coffee dispenser was never cleaned
    >hotel was still constantly booked because Chinese, Indian and Mexican tour operators were in cahoots with the Chinese owners of the hotel

  35. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Couldn't find a place to stay for a couple of days during last Christmas, so I booked a reddoorz in Yogyakarta. My god was it terrible, the rooms were full of mold, the glass pane in the window was broken and thus half missing, the door couldn't be locked, every room was rented out to Papuans who stumbled around completely wasted and huffing some kind of solvent. They told me I could cancel it and get my money back. In the end they didn't keep their word so I had to reverse the agoda charge with my creditcard company.

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