Forced to Share a Hotel Room with a Stranger?

Imagine missing your flight connection due to an extensive delay, only to be told by a representative of the airline that the only way the airline will pay for lodging for you for the night would be if you agreed to share your hotel room with a complete stranger.

This scenario may seem outrageous, but that is allegedly what happened to the mother-in-law of FlyerTalk member riversair when her United Airlines flight from Pittsburgh to Chicago arrived too late for her to make her connecting flight to Oklahoma City. She reportedly would up sharing a room with another woman and her child, both of whom she had never met before that night.

Would you tolerate being Forced to Share Hotel Room With Stranger?

2 thoughts on “Forced to Share a Hotel Room with a Stranger?”

  1. Robin Urbanski says:

    We absolutely under no circumstance force hotel room sharing. We will contact the customer directly to learn more.

  2. Robin Urbanski says:

    We absolutely under no circumstance force hotel room sharing. We will contact the customer directly to learn more.

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