Hotel Workers Share The Craziest Real Life Stories About Guests.

Hotel Workers Share The Craziest Real Life Stories About Guests.


About 5 minutes later she comes down the elevator with a wineglass full of clear water.

"Well, it was bubbly a minute ago!" she insisted. I had to walk in the back and beat my head against the wall for a bit.

We also found a crack pipe made from a hotel pen, and what look like rocks in cigarette cellophane. In the presidential suite.


11/16. At Caesars Palace in early 1990, I checked in these two guys. One was a "talent manager" who kept insisting that the guy standing next to him was going to be the funniest and most famous comedian in the world one day. Well, that was a mighty unlikely brag.

I looked over at the guy and simply said, “congratulations and best of luck to you” thinking these guys are the biggest joke ever. But I decide to remember the up-and-coming comedian’s name. Jim Carey, if you were wondering.

Bruce Claver

12/16. This one lady came into the lobby around 11pm, asked for the workout room. So I opened it back up for her figuring she was one of those 24hr workout people. I went back in around 3am to close it up again, and realized she had set up a bed for herself on the treadmill. She was having a fight with her husband.


13/16. I had a drummer for a certain famous musical group stay at a hotel I worked at at the time. He smoked pot in the room, and left the remainder of the drugs lying around.

Housekeeping cleaned the room, reported the drugs, management called local police. Local police said he is a VIP and we need to get approval from on high to arrest them, since big lawyers and PR will be involved. Higher authorities replied that approval would need to wait until the next day when the district attorney could decide.

The drummer came back, saw that his pot was missing, and, like an idiot, demanded we contact the police to let them know that housekeeping had stolen his drugs. (continued...)

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