Trip Advisor is one of the top web sites in the world when it comes to travel tips and advice. It is a big community of people from all over the world who love travel. One of the things I like about them is that I get to read reviews by “real” travelers from different countries. This month, they just released a list of the dirtiest hotels in the United States. According to the web site, the list is based on member reviews.
Are you ready to find out which hotels are the dirtiest? Here goes…
1.Heritage Marina Hotel, San Francisco, California
2.Days Inn Eureka/Six Flags, Eureka, Missouri
3.Tropicana Resort Hotel, Virginia Beach, Virginia
4.Super 8 Virginia Beach/At the Ocean, Virginia Beach, Virginia
5.Quality Inn, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
6.New York Inn, New York City, New York
7.Parisian Hotel & Suites, Miami Beach, Florida
8.Capistrano Seaside Inn, Capistrano Beach, California
9.Desert Lodge, Palm Springs, California
10.Continental Oceanfront Hotel South Beach, Miami Beach, Florida
I have not had the chance to stay at ANY of these hotels. Neither have I any desire to do so, but I guess that’s useful information that you can always check out if you do have to stay at any of these cities. There’s another list, one closer to home – the dirtiest hotels in Asia.
1.Phi Phi Don Chukit Resort, Ko Phi Phi Don, Thailand
2.Raj Residency, Chennai (Madras), India
3.Goldkist Beach Resort, Singapore, Singapore
4.Mahkota Hotel Melaka, Melaka, Malaysia
5.Centaur Hotel, IGI Airport, New Delhi, India
6.Tatami Hampton Hotel, Hong Kong, China
7.Pearl of the Pacific Boracay Resort & Spa, Boracay, Philippines
8.First Hotel Bankok, Bangkok, Thailand
9.Seri Costa Hotel-Resort, Melaka, Malaysia
10.Royal Peacock Hotel, Singapore, Singapore
Oops – we have one in the Philippines! I have been thinking of going to Boracay in April or May so at least I know NOT to stay there.