017. Hotel Says Goodbye to Clean Couple

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Theodore, the manager of the Paradise Hotel, told middle-aged couple that they would have to leave hotel after just one night. The couple, visiting Texas, had booked a room for eight nights.
wanted a sterile environment,” Theodore said. “They should rented a room in a hospital, maybe an room. This hotel is clean, but it isn’t clean.”
Theodore said that, on the very first , the couple brought all the sheets, pillowcases, and down to the main lobby and just dropped next to the front desk. They stood there to this pile of bedding while other guests , pointed, and murmured. The hotel got three cancellations the hour from people who witnessed this strange .
When Theodore asked the couple what the problem , they said that their bedding was filthy and wanted it replaced. The couple could not identify specific “filth” on the bedding. The wife just , “We’re paying good money to stay here. How you doubt us? We know the filth is . That’s all the proof you need.” Theodore called service, and the bedding was replaced immediately.
Early next evening, however, the couple marched to the desk again and demanded seven cans of spray . “We need a can for each night. We to spray the phone, the TV, all the handles, the toilet handle, the shower stall, the , the sink, and any hotel staff entering our .”
Worried about what their demands might be in following days, Theodore politely suggested that a hotel suitable for them was just around the corner. then called ahead to reserve a “very clean” , and gave them free transportation in the hotel .
“They seemed surprised that I suggested a different , but they liked the idea that I didn’t them for the second day, and they really the limousine service,” said Theodore.
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