Wednesday, December 6, 2006

Lack Of Privacy Worst Part Of Visiting Relatives

MINNEAPOLIS (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – You may be looking forward to seeing your relatives on the holidays, but you’re probably not excited about actually staying with them.

A new survey by Radisson Hotels reveals that 31 percent of Americans say that lack of privacy is the worst part about staying with family members.

Meanwhile, 25 percent are bugged by the lack of a bed, while 16 percent lament the small number of bathrooms at their friends and relatives’ house.

Eight percent feel guilty sleeping in late when they’re staying in someone else’s house and 5 percent dislike having to get all dressed up before breakfast.

Considering the results, maybe it’s not surprising that 60 percent of holiday travelers plan to stay in a hotel, motel or B&B this year.

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