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Some people want different colored candy,others want live animals. But these are just some of the funniest and craziest requests hotels have received from guests!
Grand De Mar, San Diego
A guest who was staying at the Grand DeMar wanted to surprise a friend with news of a trip to Peru. So, he negotiated with staff to bring in Llama to help.
Four Seasons, Hawaii
In one of the craziest requests ever, a conceirge at The Four Seasons Resort in Hawaii revealed that a guest requested for a group of penguins to be waiting for them in their room. Thankfully, it didn’t happen.
Hotel Indigo, San Antonio
Deciding to have some fun when checking into the Hotel Indigo for a business trip, Sarah Grzywacz after receiving a text welcoming her to the hotel,replied back saying that she’d like a signed photos of Nicholas Cage in Con Aiir on her bed. A staff member not only did it, but also adhered to other signed Nicholas Cage photos during her stay.
Three M&M’s And A Bacon Portrait, Woodlands Resort
While going to a John Mayer concert in Houston, Dustin Wray and his girlfriend decided to spend the night at the Woodlands Resort. After booking the room, Wray decided to have fun in the special requests section. So he requested 3 red M&M’s on the counter. Not in packages. Just 3 M&M’s and a photo of bacon set on the bed. When they arrived, they were met with the M&M’s and the photo.
Rubber Ducky, Premier Inn
A guest really wanted the comforts of home during his stay at the Premier Inn in Surrey. So, he requested a large rubber duck for the bathroom.
Lizard’s Anyone?, Travelodge, Lowesoft
Unsure if the pet policy covered his pet, a guest requested that he bring his 6 foot monitor lizard to the Lowesoft, Travelodge.
I’m Buying Some Camels, Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, Arizona
A guest requested the staff at the Loews Ventura Canyon Resort in Tuscon if they could assist him buying 2 camels. The conceirge with a straight face, located a nearby dealer and fullfilled the guests request.
Unicorns, Hotel Indigo, Ashville, NC
When a guest asked for the mythical creation, the concierge thought outside the box and purchased a cuddly unicorn toy instead. Along with the toy, there was a note that stated the unicorn migrated for the season and that the hotel apologized for not having the real thing.