TOP-9 interesting facts about hotels
The world’s smallest hotel was built between two buildings in a gap of only 2.5 meters (8.2 ft).
There is a hotel in Bolivia made completely out of salt, and licking the walls is strictly forbidden.
Bulgaria has a hotel with an ancient Roman gladiator arena in the lobby. The arena was found during construction, so they incorporated it into the hotel.
If you don’t pay a hotel bill in Ontario, there is a law that says that hotel can sell your horse.
The “Sky Beam” that shoots out of the Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas attracts so many insects that it has established a new ecosystem of moths, bats, and owls.
When the historic Plaza Hotel in NYC opened in 1907 a room cost $2.50 per night, the equivalent of $64.26 today. The Plaza now charges over $1000/night.
Fairmont hotel chain has resident dogs who greet guests in the lobby, accompany them on walks and to make them feel at home.
There is a hotel in Kenya that also serves as a giraffe sanctuary, and the giraffes stick their heads into the windows to get snacks at breakfast time.
In Asian hotels room, number 404 is usually missing because the repetition of number 4 is considered bad luck.