Sleep Inn HotelsBeware

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I have recently been informed that Choice Hotels brand Sleep Inn, is employing convicted felons, and especially grand larceny convicts to work cleaning their rooms while on work release from jail. I have family who visit me from out of town and "were" staying at the local Sleep Inn Hotel. It was a shock to say the least, when we found out that convicts from the local regional jail had access to their rooms and belongings, while they were away. Could anyone tell me why, in our current economy, Choice Hotels International, would not hire local unemployed persons, who have not committed crimes, to fill their available positions. I think this is a matter for everyone to consider before booking rooms with them. Pass this on to all the consumer advocacy groups you know of.


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    Jessaroo786 Apr 28, 2011

    As an employee of a Sleep Inn I can assure you that Choice Hotels International does not hire the individual employees of their hotels. Hotels are owned by individuals/lodging companies. The Choice Hotels brand simply makes the rules and regulations that the hotels must abide by in order to use their name. The Sleep Inn that you are referring to probably hired based on cheap labor costs. You don't like it complain about that particular property, not the brand name they use.

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    FDL_HOU Apr 22, 2011
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    Hearsay evidence isn't admissable even if you plaster that ### on every complaint board in the nation, as you have. I googled and saw yoru stupid message on about 4 different complaint boards. They probably fired your sorry ### and you're trying to get even with them.

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