|Built by the Rockefellers and the Vanderbilts, you’d think Union Street Guest House in Hudson, NY would be a bastion of fine service, serving strawberries and champagne dipped in gold and aristocracy as check-in treats. But this “vintage” joint prides themselves on snark, according to the New York Post. As part of their "About Us" page, Union Street stated guests will pay if the hotel doesn’t like their user reviews:|
“Went to sleep here with two testicles. Woke up. They gone. This place sucks.”
“I drove by the place once and they charged me $500 for not stopping. The next time, I stopped, and they charged me $1000 for breathing their air!”
“First, the bedbugs. Then, the unknown gooey substance that covered the bedding. Screeching crack whores and gunfire kept me awake all night. The tip of my nose was gnawed off by a rat. To top it all off, I caught gonnorrhea from the toilet seat. It only got worse from there.”
“The thing I really like about the Union Street guest house are the hookers...”
|Chris Wagoner, owner of the Union Street Guest House, posted to the hotel’s Facebook page explaining the policy was “originally intended as a joke” and something he never told employees to enforce. |
Irrespective of Mr. Wagoner's sudden change of tune, several people have reported being chased for the dough before the issue was made public. Will the William Franklin Bermenders of the world EVER learn?