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Hotel called Police on guests-what actions could be taken?
I’m sorry to bring this issue to the blogosphere – it is about Hong Kong.
I’m sure you are aware of the massive protest last night. During the protest, Hotel Indigo HK opened itself as a temporary shelter for protestors but when they all went in, the manager decided to call the police on them and arrested them all.
I’m sure the underlying issue is more political than travel related, but did the hotel seem to violate anything on its management contract with IHG?
Sorry again for bringing this up here.
Making no comment on the political piece :rolleyes:… but what does this have to do with their management contract with IHG? Not trying to be smart, honestly curious what makes you think that?
Whichever side the hotel is leaning on, it’s action is bound to damage the group’s reputation in some sense. Idk, probably properties are required to be apolitical or something.