Thursday, July 02, 2020

Golden Ghetto Hotel Cleanup Hype Amid Worsening Coronavirus

Here's a pandemic selling proposition for a beleaguered industry that might provide comfort to travelers who aren't already risking it all by way of rando hotel hookups. Meanwhile, given impending American economic collapse, this is a nice promo that's a switcheroo from classic news black-light hotel room terror footage.

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Hotels of the future: Brands roll out safety features to lure guests back

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Staying in a hotel is one of the many experiences changing because of the COVID-19 pandemic. All it takes is one step into the lobby of the Doubletree by Hilton in Overland Park to see the differences. Blue circles are spaced six-feet apart on the ground to remind visitors to observe social distancing.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

travel advice:

bathrooms are the most challenging aspect of traveling.

1. sanitizer kit for women

2. avoid large turnpike rest stops, look for unisex-style wcs

Anonymous said...


did you know they are saying this virus won't hit older people this time it only goes after people in their teens and twenties. HaHaHaHaHa It's a smart virus and will be gone November 3 2020 just like it was during the destruction riots carried out by BLM. Unless of course trump wins then they will carry it out further.

Anonymous said...

^^8:47 - It is a worldwide pandemic, get over yourself!

Anonymous said...

8:47 is correct. MS(FAKE)M