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Travel If You're a Local, You're Not Welcome Here

00:05  12 january  2018
00:05  12 january  2018 Source:   travelpulse.com

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Should you even say You ’ re welcome ?? Saying you ’ re welcome is something we are taught automatically to do. Word 2016 has just corrected If You ' re a Local , You ' re Not Welcome Here | TravelPulse - www.travelpulse.com. "We do allow local people and we have had them here , but we

Best Western, Berlin Connecticut: PHOTO: Some locals aren't happy with the Best Western Fort Myers Waterfront. (photo via Flickr/Mike Mozart)© Flickr PHOTO: Some locals aren't happy with the Best Western Fort Myers Waterfront. (photo via Flickr/Mike Mozart) A hotel in North Fort Myers, Florida is drawing the ire of locals for a controversial policy some feel is outdated.

According to NBC 2, the Best Western Fort Myers Waterfront hotel doesn't book rooms for Lee County residents.

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Bob Buhler said he was turned away by the three-star hotel after reserving a room for two nights through a third-party website. Buhler, a North Fort Myers resident who was planning a staycation with his wife, said the experience made him "feel like a second-class citizen."

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The hotel's website states that its "policy is to accept bookings only from guests outside the Lee County Area."

The property's owner, Carroll Properties, said the policy was implemented with guest safety in mind nearly two decades ago when it acquired the hotel because the area and clientele were undesirable at the time.

"We feel blessed to have a place that is attractive enough to want to come and stay, and we are here to bring in new customers every day," Todd Carroll told NBC 2. "Having said that, looking back some 17 years ago now, the policy was the right thing to do."

Management said it sometimes makes exceptions. For example, the hotel recently provided shelter to locals following Hurricane Irma.

According to Lois Croft of the Lee County chapter of the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association, "privately owned hotels can certainly make their policies that are going to accommodate their goods and needs."

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"They have a variety of reasons for implementing different kinds of policies. It could be for safety of their guests or employees," Croft told NBC 2.

Jeff Webb, owner and general manager of the nearby Hampton Inn & Suites Fort Myers Colonial Boulevard, told frequent traveler Michael McGraw-Herdeg that his hotel has a similar policy.

"We do allow local people and we have had them here, but we have to understand what they're doing here," said Webb. "Seven out of 10 times, I'm sure they're fine. It's the three times that (are those) giving us trouble. And it seems like every time we get a problem it's someone local."

Unsurprisingly, Buhler and other locals aren't too thrilled with the policy.

"They should just change their policy, welcome Lee County. We're welcoming to you. We want to spend our money. I don't see why you wouldn't want to take it. It's not fair. It's discrimination," added Buhler.

Fair or unfair, the hotel's policy is legal and certainly pales in comparison to some recent naughty hotelier behavior.

An Indiana hotel allegedly charged a guest $350 and threatened legal action after the woman left a negative review. A hotel owner in Blackpool, England called a guest a "nasty piece of work" that should be "put on a diet" after she left unfavorable comments.

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