Room WITHOUT a view! Disappointed guest reveals surprise after opening hotel window – to find it looks out onto a corridor
- TikTok user Ann Chirisu, from London, shared clip about her hotel window
- The window was covered with a scenic picture but opened out onto a corridor
- Amused followers joked in the comments saying: ‘That’s for the room service’
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A tourist has been left baffled after she opened her hotel room window only to discover that it looked out onto an empty corridor.
TikToker Ann Chirisu, from London, posted a video showing her 94k followers the ‘amazing’ view from her hotel room in Iceland.
Wearing pink salopettes and a white fleece, she opened the window in her room with bright yellow walls.
The window, deceptively covered with a scenic image depicting an erupting geyser, disappointingly opened out onto a hotel corridor.
TikToker Ann Chirisu, from London, posted a video on TikTok showing off her ‘amazing’ hotel room view in Iceland to viewers
The travel and fashion blogger said to her followers: ‘Hey guys we just checked into our hotel room and we just wanted to show you this amazing view.
‘Let me open the window.’
Zooming in on the picturesque view stuck onto the mirror, the camera then pans to an empty corridor and the guests can be heard giggling.
TikTok users were equally as confused by the interior design choice with one commenting: ‘It looks like an exit window for emergencies.’
But the TikToker could be heard laughing as she opened the window and it looked onto an empty corridor
Another joked: ‘That’s for the room service.’
One TikToker asked: ‘Whose great idea was it to design a window facing the inside of the building instead of outside? I’m baffled.’
Ann replied: ‘Trust when I say it was such a stuffy room.’
A similar disappointment was shared by hotel guest Miriam, from Wellington, New Zealand, when she booked a ‘room with a view’ which turned out to be a live TV stream from a camera on the roof.
Viewers shared their amusement about the hotel window in the comments, with one saying it was ‘breathtaking scenes’
She shared the mix-up on Twitter writing; ‘We booked a room with a view in Queenstown and it was a LIVESTREAM of the view from the top floor.’
Each room at the Mi-Pad Hotel in Queenstown has access to the livestream camera which shows the sweeping views of the nearby lake and surrounding mountains that can be seen from the shared rooftop terrace.
According to the Mi-Pad website some of its Queen Deluxe rooms have ‘options for scenic Remarkables Mountains or picturesque Lake Wakatipu views’.
A New Zealand traveller was left in stiches after discovering the ‘views’ at a budget hotel In Queenstown were a livestream from the rooftop on the room’s TV
‘There WAS a view of the back road so fair play to them I guess,’ Miriam added on the Twitter thread.
One Twitter user commented: ‘That’s a good case for “I want my money back”,’ but Miriam replied: ‘I had to laugh and it was cheap.’
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