Have a look: 2008 dirtiest hotels list

TripAdvisor’s list of the dirtiest hotels does only include hotels in the US and the UK but that is already a good start.

When you look at the traveler photos for the worst 10 hotels for each of the two countries you know why they made the list. We feel sorry for those that ended up in such dumps during their holidays.

More information at the TripAdvisor web site.

Click on the image below for the link

link to TripAdvisor list

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