During a recent episode of Channel 4 programme Four in a Bed, a number of hotel owners stayed at each other’s bed and breakfasts and guest houses over the course of the week to rate them on how good they were. By the end of each of their stays, the business owners then had to score the hotel on the likes of cleanliness, how well they slept, and whether they would stay there again. They also had to decide based on the scores how much they would pay to stay there. And while some of the guests were satisfied and paid full price, one couple in particular ended up underpaying by £149 in total.
During Friday’s payday episode, each of the hoteliers sat down together to give their scores and payments for the entire week.
The first duo to receive their scoring were colleagues Matt and Richard, who owned The Cliff House Hotel.
Overall, the businessmen seemed to be thrilled after two of the couples paid the full £140 for their stay.
However, when it came to Hannah and Ibrahim’s turn, they felt certain aspects weren’t up to scratch.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
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Four in a Bed: Ibrahim and Hannah underpaid every single hotel they stayed at (Image: Channel 4)
Four in a Bed: Hannah and Ibrahim underpaid one hotel by £59 (Image: Channel 4)
Despite scoring Matt and Richard highly for how well they slept and the general cleanliness of the room, Hannah scored them poorly on the breakfast because the eggs weren’t cooked to her liking.
Speaking about why she didn’t like her eggs, Hannah explained: “I told you I wanted it well done but I got it a bit runny.
“If the egg was cooked to my preference, I would have given you 10.”
The duo pointed out that if Hannah had highlighted the issue at the time, they would have happily redone her breakfast for her.
Four in a Bed: Hannah was unhappy with her eggs at breakfast (Image: Channel 4)
Four in a Bed: The other hoteliers were intrigued to know why they underpaid by so much (Image: Channel 4)
When asked if they would stay there again, Hannah and Ibrahim said no because they felt £140 was