Why do you think Radisson Hotel Cambridge should be assigned a lower star rating? (Check all that apply)
- [ ] Supplier Brand - Hotel Brand doesn't fit customer expectations
- [ ] Condition of Rooms - Room condition was below standards for that star rating.
- [ ] Condition of Property - Excluding rooms, the lobby, pool and/or public was below standards for that star rating.
- [ ] Amenity Issues - Amenity offering was lacking / missing from promised.
- [ ] Service Quality - Staff service levels were below expectations
- [*] Other - My reason doesn't fit any of these descriptions
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On our last night, the room adjoining ours was occupied by a woman and two men who spent the evening copulating with what I can only describe as "extreme vigor."
Neither I nor my traveling companion harbor prudish views regarding this sort of activity. Indeed, we regarded it with no small amount of amusement. I would have been in favor of increasing the rating for this hotel had it not been for the profoundly disappointing post-coital conversation of Radisson's nocturnal debauchees.
I shall never fathom how their conversation ranged to the relative performance of fantasy football leagues with not more than ten minutes elapsed since a wall-slapping climax. We were appalled that a tryst so enterprising and lively would be concluded in so banal a conversation. Their grand overture of delightful wickedness was cut short by the pathetic, noisome honk and hucksterism of sports entertainment.
The experience shook our faith in humanity's capacity for truly reckless transports of lust. Can three strangers not join together for the gorging of their carnal desires without the intrusion of base commercialism into their merriment? The world seems a duller, shabbier place.