LONDON, June 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
If it's a dirty weekend you're after then look no further than the Las Vegas of the north and the bright lights of Blackpool.
That's according to new research from online hotel reservation service, hotel.info who has analysed hotel ratings of over two million guests worldwide to provide a league table of the cleanest and dirtiest hotel destinations around the globe.
It's Tokyo that tops the list of cleanest hotel destinations globally, with the Japanese capital providing immaculate service across the board.
When it came to dishing the dirt though, Brits didn't hesitate to tell tales on the tidiness of their rooms. Stained sheets, dusty tables and smoky smells were cited as the main gripes for guests, and it's a case of beware of the coast as Blackpool, Brighton, Newport and Eastbourne all featured in the top 10 dirtiest UK hotel locations.
Conversely, the UK's cleanest hotels can be found in the Berkshire village of Colnbrook, where sheets, towels, showers and staff are all presented beautifully and attention to detail is second-to-none.
Andreas Klug, Country Manager for the UK for hotel.info said: "The hotel ratings section of the hotel.info site is a great platform for users to give honest and open feedback about their hotel experiences, and what's more, it gives the hoteliers themselves a great opportunity to learn from and improve their services in direct correlation with customer insight.
"When looking internationally at major worldwide cities, Edinburgh led the way for the UK (49th), followed closely by Manchester (56th) and London (70th)."
For more information, please contact the hotel.info team on: +44(0)20-7234-9150 or email@example.com
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