The Metro Hotel in Surrey England has won the prestigious World Hotel Review Association’s award for "Worst Hotel in the World" for 2008. With just under one hundred thousand hotels in the world the Big Apple property had to go out of it’s way to earn that title so read how they were able to do it…
The hotel is offering a year long promotion – free head lice with every stay! For those who can’t keep a pet in their apartment you can take home an entire head full of these cute little guys.
Guaranteed Weight Loss
Looking to lose a few pounds? The Metro Hotel in Surrey is featuring free e. coli, salmonella and botulism. with every meal. A single helping of eggs can give you a weeks diarrhea and shed a dozen or more pounds in a week! Perfect for getting ready to fit into that wedding dress.
All rooms feature child porn so staying at the hotel will earn you automatic registry as a sex offender.
The Metro Hotel features a menagerie of spooks, ghosts and other spectral manifestations. It’s just like poltergeist only real – actual photos of ghosts at the Metro.
Pay in Pounds
This hotel only accepts pounds – not the British pound, you actually have to pay in pounds of human flesh. On the bright side a week’s stay can cost you two full dress sizes.
The Metro Hotel was built on a toxic waste dump that no-one in Surrey wanted to build on. We bought the land for pennies – and are passing the savings on to you!
Once a year we find a dead hooker and hide him, her or hemale underneath one of our mattresses. If you find one under your pillow get a free nights stay!
All of our beds, bathrooms and hallways feature hidden cameras so you’re always safe at this hotel. If you go to the bathroom – we’re watching you and so are our web subscribers so you’re always under our watchful eyes.
Our walls are not just paper thin – but are actually designed to amplify sound from the room next door. If your neighbor gets lucky he won’t be the only one enjoying it!
Our hotel has a no-soldier policy so you won’t have to feel bad about having never served in the military. If you are a hero and have served, simply lie about it and if we can’t guess you get in.
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Corporal Tomos Stringer was told by staff at Metro Hotel, in Woking, that it was company policy not to accept members of the armed forces as guests. The 24-year-old had traveled to the Surrey town to help with funeral preparations for a friend killed in action.
It was so late that Cpl Stringer, who had broken his wrist jumping off an Army truck as it was attacked, had no choice but to bed down in his tiny, two-door car, arm covered in plaster.
Cpl Stringer, of 13 Air Assault Support Regiment, The Royal Logistic Corps, has now returned to Afghanistan, but his mother, Gaynor Stringer, from Criccieth, north Wales, told The Times that she is still furious about the incident.
“I’m very, very angry. It’s discrimination. They would never get away with it if it was against someone of ethnic origin,” she said.
She said they had received neither an apology nor an explanation from the hotel, which is part of a family entertainment centre called The Big Apple and owned by a company called American Amusements.
Hywel Williams, the MP for Caernarfon, Derek Twigg, the Defence Minister, and Bob Ainsworth, the Armed Forces Minister, have written to the hotel.
Mr Twigg wrote: “Although I do not know the precise circumstances, I think it is deplorable for the management of a hotel to have a policy not to accept military personnel and that this case is especially egregious given that the individual concerned was on injury leave from Afghanistan.”