When it comes to picking a hotel, what you see online is not necessarily what you get when you check in.Travel deals website Oyster has caught hotels from Costa Rica to California doctoring their website photos to appeal to potential guests.
They’ve been kind enough to share their collection of “photo fakeouts,” which serve as a kind of cautionary tale for anyone planning a vacation and relying solely on hotel websites.
Some of these photo “upgrades” are so egregious, you’ll think you are looking at pictures of two completely different properties.
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