A hotel operations manager has exposed the dark secrets of rich guests he’s served over the years.
We might not know what goes on behind closed doors, but this hotel manager does, and it includes trashed hotel rooms, semen and people flinging faeces.
If that sounds like a bunch of zoo animals broke into the hotel, the anonymous manager firmly agrees, saying the behaviour he saw was ‘not human’.
Donning an ominous mask, the manager spoke to Vice about the debaucherous behaviour he witnessed during his time as manager.
Coming right out of the gate with some shocking revelations, the worker said: “The hotel industry is a wild experience that helps you understand how disconnected the wildly wealthy are. I’ve seen the darker side of humanity – suicides, murders, spousal abuse, human trafficking – that stays with you for a long time.”
He even explained that one weekend, a group of wealthy customers – around 60 people – rented out the whole hotel.
Yep, a whole hotel. £250,000 for two days, and if at this point you’re wondering what the occasion was, take a wild guess.
If you had ‘massive orgy’ on your bingo card, congratulations.
Still, the hotel manager was far from celebrating when he saw the guests had left ‘a nightmare room: blood faeces, semen, fans – one of my dole boys came up and was like I’ve got a black light I’m curious. He turned it on, and I remember we looked down and saw the stains, we looked to the sides and saw him on the wall, at one point in the bathroom we looked up and saw them all in the ceiling, and we were just like how, ‘how do you do this is not human – were you on the ceiling?'”
That’s not even the worst of it, apparently, because one time, in a completely separate incident, the housekeeping staff noticed that a shower was broken, so the manager went to check it out.
They ‘hacksawed off the actual shower piece [only to find] the shower head and attached a four-foot-long anal probe hose to it with multiple settings on the other end’.
Still, it’s not just the awful state that the rooms were left in, it’s how the staff were treated.
The manager said: “The higher up that price value, the more common it is to be treated like you’re less than human.
“The people who are coming to visit you – famous pop stars, Russian oligarchs – they have a private plane that they get on, a private vehicle with all tinted blocked out windows, sometimes they have security squads [and] they’ll snap their fingers at them.
“Very large sense of entitlement where if they approach the desk they are the only thing that exists to you at that moment and that’s what they came to expect from that level of entering a luxury hotel.”