By Calimero - 26/04/2019 02:00
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How often does that really happen, though? I've stayed in a lot of hotel rooms and I don't recall a single time where noise was any sort of problem, even for the cheap ones. Who really checks the surroundings of a pricier joint especially? And even if they do, do you check the interior layout of the hotel to see if they have rooms near a noisy building? I mean that's just shitty design. I'm sure it's easy to say in retrospect that you'd check for all that stuff.
Yes how horrible if he'd have to look after it for one night after OP carried it for nine months, birthed it and has probably been around since minute one full time. Y'all here really hate mothers who request the least amount of their own time to recharge, because imagine the horror if that would have worked out and OP would be rested and in a better mood. I almost regret making a snippy comment with all you hyenas out there going after OP.
I guess it never occurred to you to look at the area AROUND the hotel before booking?? Smart call...
I'd straight up complain to the hotel and ask for a refund. If I pay good money for a hotel room, they better damn well not put me next to a noisy nightclub.