September 28, 2021
A former employee at a hotel is blowing the whistle on some top-secret unethical practices that take place in hotel rooms. She urged guests to refrain from using two essential items.
Angela Riihiluoma, a former hotel employee, took to TikTok to leak some disgusting secrets to potential hotel guests while warning them against the use of at least two hotel supplies.
The video began with the ex-hotel employee-turned-model informing viewers about two things they should never do in a hotel. She proceeded to explain that she once worked in a hotel as a marketer.
The job earned her the chance to speak to a colleague with 20 years of experience in the hospitality industry. The gentleman was kind enough to let her in on some top-secret information.
For the first, Riihiluoma warned hotel goers never to use the coffee machine in a hotel room. Explaining the reason, the TikToker said:
"Because apparently, some people like to use it as a urinal. Yeah, exactly. So I don't care how addicted you are to coffee, don't touch the coffee maker."
Her second tip seemed more obvious but easily overlooked all the same. The model warned hotel guests not to use the glasses in the bathroom. She explained:
"... And so more often than not, they'll just wipe them down with Windex. They won't even wash them. Dishwasher? Apparently not. Just a little Windex. Sounds hygienic."
Taking to her caption, Riihiluoma admitted she was shocked at her discovery. Many TikTokers shared the woman's initial reaction, taking to the comment section to express their shock and disbelief. One user commented:
"Okay, I feel like I was better off not knowing."
Some commenters validated the poster's claims, saying they worked in hotels and knew for sure. A woman ascertained: "When I worked as a housekeeper, the number one thing I was told is that it doesn't matter how clean it is. Just make it look clean."
Many suggested other items to avoid contact with when visiting a hotel for hygiene purposes. Necessities like blankets, bedspreads, pillows, comforters, towels, cutleries, and soaps made the list of items to avoid in a hotel. Someone offered an additional tip, saying:
"Don't use the ice canister either. People throw up in them. Sometimes they'll have plastic bags in them. Also not washed."
The discovery made many TikTok users decide to henceforth think twice before lodging in a hotel. While some resolved to always go along with their own disposable supplies, most concluded never to patronize hotels again, opting instead to sleep in their cars or just stay home. One wrote:
"So after reading the comments, I have decided to never go to a hotel again."
Meanwhile, several netizens disagreed with Riihiluoma's warnings, noting that they worked in hotels and never condoned such unethical practices. Others insisted the cleaning and maintenance measures put in place depended on the hotel in question.
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