Hotels aim to make your stay memorable but sometimes it is other guests that make it memorable in all the wrong ways.
Americans at hotels are most aggravated by other guests who are “Inattentive parents," and "Hallway Hellraisers," according to a new study from Expedia.
According to the survey, 72 percent of Americans were most irritated when parents were lazy and didn't keep their children in line when staying at a hotel. 69 percent of respondents were irked when other guests made noise in the hallways. In-room revelers, hot tub canoodlers and "loudly amorous" guests also made the list of the 10 least popular fellow hotel guests.
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Survey respondents also admitted some of their own worst behaviors in hotels. According to the survey results, 30 percent of Americans don't tip anyone during a hotel stay
See the full survey results at NBC News.