Jersey Joe checks into a hotel room, but wants to know — are the throw pillows they put on the bed safe and clean? Find out what you have to say about it…
What: hotel rooms
Place: temporary bedroom or living quarters for vacationers and travelers, rented out for cash
Length of stay: nightly and beyond
JERSEY JOE RECOMMENDS:
These are just my thoughts. I can’t say for sure, whether the pillows in my room were cleaned or not, but judging by the lint and stains on the pillow – I’m guessing no.
The pillows look great in hotel brochures and on websites, but I have no desire to curl up with one after the person who checked out before me has done who knows what on them. These extra pillows really are unnecessary. They look great in a photo, but in practicality – no. Many hotels add these, thinking they give the room a bonus feature, but for me, they really need to disappear. Hotels had the same problem with heavy comforters that they used to put on beds years ago, but finally got the hint that people really don’t want them, after finding them discarded on the floor on a regular basis. Eventually, this will happen to all of those extra throw pillows as well…