Hotel hospitality

Imagine you’re a tourist trying to book an out-of-the-way hotel. Let me reassure you that tourists do visit places outside Amsterdam. One bad word can run your whole pitch, as in the case of this quaint hotel.

7 Responses to “Hotel hospitality”

  1. GJ says:

    A guest free hotel! You have to give them credit for honesty–one rarely sees the fact that business is slack so candidly admitted.

  2. huphtur says:

    For archival purposes, you should provide screengrabs of the dunglishness, in case the site gets fixed.

  3. Natashka says:

    Good idea. Let me try and plan that in somehow.

  4. Anonymous Doughboy says:

    Plan that in? Can we have a screenshot of that too?

  5. Natashka says:

    Pencil that in? Is that better? 🙂 At least I use a diary, not an agenda. Except for my hidden one, of course.

  6. Eric says:

    The fact that the hotel doesn’t smoke is also very reassuring 😉

  7. Max says:

    No need for a screen grab, those texts don’t get corrected. Hotel sites like this one (btw, I made the design for it…) use the text hotels give them, and unless the hotel itself has a compelling reason to change it, it’s staying there.

    Lots and lots of other examples to be found there, too. Browse around, they have a good 400+ hotels =]

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