Hotel Fake-Out Photos 4
See the photoshopped fakes before you check into these hotels. Oyster.com compares hotel marketing photos with real photos taken by their hotel reviewers.Filed under:
Hotel Shangri La’s marketing staff strategically placed the flashes to cover a lamp post right outside the hotel’s door, and the other covers a traffic light. Neither object is something to be ashamed of, Shangri La! Traffic lights are a part of everyday life.
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