I stoop to swearing to write about the Holday Inn at 3333 Quebec Street in Denver Colorado. In summary they are guilty of false advertizing. My advice is to never stay here and probably avoid Holiday Inn nationwide if this one hotel is an example.
On the desk is one of those advertizing things you see in cheap places like IHOP. This one proclaims that the hotel has in-room, instant access, free high-speed internet connection.
This is a blatant and brutal lie. For three days now I have had sporadic and intermittent internet access. I complained to a small lady at the front desk, who admitted the hotel system was no good and that they were trying to find another provider. “Just be patient,” she advised me. “Our system is not good enough for this hotel. You are not the only one incovenienced.”
How in this day and age can a hotel not provide decent internet access? There are people out of work in Denver. Cannot some of them be put to work making internet access convenient from hotels that charge $140 a night?
Or is this a good example of why the US economy is in trouble? Obvious needs like internet access from hotel rooms is not possible; big chains like Holiday Inn can provide lousy service, lie about it, and get away with it. Does nobody but me complain? Are we become a subservient nation accepting inferior service in a supine way?
Let me know if I am the only one to be affected.