When did it become acceptable for travelers to come to the breakfast room in their pajamas?
We just came back from Fredericksburg, Virginia, having stayed at the economy hotel, Fairfield Inn, which is part of the Marriott chain. I have witnessed guests coming to breakfast in their sleep attire before, but this time it was absolutely unbearable to witness.
We had taken the elevator down to the breakfast room and it stopped on Floor 2. This woman stepped into the elevator. She was completely disheveled. She had on a spaghetti-strap tank top, flannel pajama bottoms, bare feet and sported a rat's nest at the back of her hair from her night's sleep. She was not wearing a bra.
She was headed for the breakfast room looking like she had just rolled out of bed without a care in the world and looking ready to climb into anyone else's bed, too.
Never miss a local story.
Are you kidding me? So then, are G-strings, pasties and bare butts next? How about men in their jock straps?
When are hotels going to demand a dress code in their breakfast rooms?