The Hans Brinker Budget Hotel knows it’s crap. So it uses that as its selling point.
Fifteen nights in a palatial suite or 70 years in a run-down motel? A few bottles of bubbly or André for life? Would you splurge for a few of the best or settle for a lot of the bargain?
Five-alarm blaze at a motel claims the lives of four of Houston’s bravest, injures twelve others.
Leave her alone, guys: she’s just being Miley.
They sent her a letter saying she needed to get the heck up outta there. Mo’ money, mo’ problems.
It’s called the Boatel and it looks like Water World meets Bonnaroo. A series of ships-for-rent in Far Rockaway, New York, the Boatel is described as “all summer adventure art camping on boats.” Also, The Princess Bride.
Very specific and very disturbing allegations. Two masseurs are suing the Hollywood titan for sexual assault as they were attempting to give him massages, and the lawsuit is quite explicit in their charges. Travolta’s lawyer has dismissed the suit as “complete fiction.” WARNING: Very graphic language.
Au Vieux Panier a French hotel that annually sets aside five rooms to be redone by artists. Artist Tilt created the “Panic Room”: half the hotel room is clean, white, and spotless while the other half is crammed full of layers of loud graffiti.
Slice of life photographs of the profession at the center of the Secret Service sex scandal. A look at the human side of this ugly and embarrassing incident.
First gay marriage, then the most beautiful woman of all time is found stumbling naked through the corridors of her New York hotel. It was a big weekend for the Empire State. Ms. Gillan apparently had a bit too much fun with her cast mates from Dr. Who, lost all her clothes, and was discovered meandering through the hallways of The Ace Hotel in Manhattan. Security wrapped a sheet around her and escorted her back to her room. More details, but tragically no photos, at The Daily Mail. Here is a pictorial reminder as to why this story is so monumentally important. View List ›
This prank is cruel. And loud. Turn the sound down. Seriously. So that’s why they’ve been in meeting purgatory for a week. Revenge. Watch Video ›
A British tourist spends a night trapped in a French town hall after mistakenly thinking she could book a room at the “hotel de ville”.