Dispelling myths about hotel reviews. Do you still believe them?
Bloggers often write the sweetest reviews about hotels in exchange for all sorts of goodies. But sometimes they smash the hotel to smithereens because they were denied something.
2. Not everyone writes
Of course, not everyone leaves reviews about the hotel in which they rested. And most often just because everything was good: it’s not very customary for us to praise, but complain as much as you like. Or the problems were minor – say, the lack of a lid on the toilet, or insufficiently smiling receptionists. There are, of course, unforgiving people who deliberately do not want to spoil the reputation of the hotel (and the life of its employees), so they do not even write about serious shortcomings. But the first situation is still noticeably more global: “there were problems” more often translates into a real review than “everything is fine”. ://fs.tonkosti.ru/sized/f550x700/5b/db/5bdb9w99icsowkg8ow8w40ooo.jpg” media=”(max-width: 549px)”>