Hotel Fake-Out Photos 2
With help from Oyster.com, Travel Channel uncovers the truth about fake photos on hotel websites and in hotel pamphlets. Check these pictures out, before you check in.Filed under:
This photo, taken by an Oyster photographer, accurately reflects the distance from the hotel to the Capitol, which is about 1/3 of a mile. Apparently, things aren't what they seem in Washington.Read Hyatt Regency Washington's review
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