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Grandmother, granddaughter kicked out of Georgia hotel after giving 3-star review: Report
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A 63-year-old grandmother and her 6-year-old granddaughter were reportedly kicked out of a Georiga hotel in the middle of the night after giving it a poor review.
Susan Leger booked a stay at Baymont Inn & Suites – a hotel franchise owned by Wyndham Hotels & Resorts – in Helen, Georgia, for three nights in September through the online booking site Hotels.com, according to WXIA. However, before their heads hit the pillow on the first night, they were told to leave.
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The hotel manager, Danny Vyas, allegedly called the police on them after Leger responded to an email from Hotels.com asking about her stay.
She gave the hotel a three-out-of-five-star rating, saying it was rundown, the pool was closed and that there were problems with the toilet, according to the outlet.
An officer from the Helen Police Department eventually knocked on their hotel room door and told them to leave, according to the outlet.