La Quinta Hotel Complaint - No Internet - Internet Access

Review by WorldTraveler on 2007-07-04
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA -- La Quinta San Francisco airport north. They advertise free internet there. After staying there 3 times and not being able to connect. I was finally told by the staff that the internet does not work. Must be a server problem. Well after 2 months you would think they have it fixed. But they keep on lying to you.

I would call this FALSE ADVERTISING!!
Comments:4 Replies - Latest reply on 2007-07-06
Posted by jktshff1 on 2007-07-04:
Well, after 2 times you would think you wouldn't go back if it was that important. No, actually after 1 time if they couldn't provide the service.
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-07-04:
DO'S AND DON'TS

Do shop around to make your own price comparisons
Do whenever possible check out all advertising claims before making purchases
Do ask for a "rain check" when advertised products are not available for sale
Do ask to see a permit for a going-out-of business sale before buying at such sales
Do be on your guard when you see advertisements offering anything "free"
Don't allow yourself to be "switched" from a low-priced "bait" product to a more expensive alternative
Do report all cases of false advertising to the Department of Consumer Affairs
Posted by poppapia on 2007-07-05:
The only thing worse than no internet service is being charged for it. There is a hotel in Omaha I used to stay at, until they started charging $10 per day for internet access.
Posted by jktshff1 on 2007-07-06:
It's really funny how the "cost cutter" hotel have free breakfast, internet and free parking.
When you go to a "full service" hotel, they charge you for all that.
go figure

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