Trending: “YoureAtABadhotelIf” Talks Bad Hotels on Twitter

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Ever check in at a hotel and know youre in for a bad time? A Monday morning discussion on Twitter saw travelers sharing some of the red flags that would send them running at check-in time.

There were the lack of amenities:

The suspect customer service:

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Of course, cleanliness is always important:

An ominous sense youve seen all this before:

And, of course, the most terrifying thing of all:

If youre interested in a hotel that wont become a sad Twitter meme, a number of new options are set to open soon worldwide. At the recent D23 Expo in Anaheim, California, Disney released an inside look at a new Star Wars-themed hotel. For Jimmy Buffet fans, Margaritaville has announced plans to open new resorts in both Costa Rica and the United States. For a more classic option, the historic Hyatt Carmel Highlands just wrapped the biggest renovation project in its 100-year history ahead of the propertys centennial anniversary. Also in California, the boutique Dream Hollywood just opened in downtown Los Angeles with a plan to act as the neighborhoods newest social hub. In the Caribbean, Hyatts all-inclusive Ziva and Zilara brands are set to open new locations in Punta Cana.

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