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Guests demaning refunds from the hotel where Whitney Houston died!

posted 20 Feb 2012, 08:09 by Mpelembe Admin   [ updated 20 Feb 2012, 08:10 ]

Whitney Houston's death caused an uproar with guest staying at The Beverly Hilton Hotel!

Guest at The Beverly Hilton Hotel are asking for a refund over chaos on the day Whitney Houston died


LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (HOLLYWOODTV) - Multiple guest staying at The Beverly Hilton Hotel the day Whitney Houston died claim their stay was absolutely unbearable due to commotion surrounding the singer's death and the hotel has done nothing to addresses their dissatisfaction. 


Several guest who stayed on the 4th floor when Whitney died (the same floor Whitney had been staying on) are saying the entire floor was on lockdown over the weekend, making their lives miserable. Sources say guests couldn't walk down a hallway without being hassled for their cards by hotel security to prove they were, in fact, guests of the hotel. Law enforcement and EMS were running all over the hotel all weekend, creating an intolerable ruckus, making it impossible to get a moment's quiet, let alone sleep, says a guest of the hotel. When guests asked the hotel to refund their money, or offer a discount, the sources are saying the hotel refused and instructed guest to file an official complaint either online or at the hotel's front desk.

A rep for The Beverly Hilton says, "Given the extraordinary nature of the events of last Saturday evening, The Beverly Hilton took every precaution to protect the privacy of the Houston family as well as the hotel guests who may have been impacted by the incident." The rep then adds, "The hotel cooperated fully with the Beverly Hills police which included securing the fourth floor to insure the safety and well-being of all guests and regrets any inconvenience that may have occurred in the immediate aftermath of Saturday's events."


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