6 October, 2022

Elizabeth Motor Inn achieves 3.5 star rating by having 30 rooms rated 0.12 stars each

In a bold marketing move by Golden Chain hotel management, the Elizabeth Motor Inn has proudly displayed a three and a half star rating on their welcome sign.

It is a truthful and honest rating of our high-end luxury accommodation

What the organisation has neglected to state is that this is the cumulative rating for their 30 rooms, rated at 0.12 stars each.

The hotel’s Vice-Executive Marketing and Communications manager, Moe Teller, states ‘It is a truthful and honest rating of our high-end luxury accommodation situated in the buzzing metropolis of Elizabeth Park…if you add all the reviews together.’

International businesswoman Chloe Wong arrived at the hotel for a four night stay, whilst she was in town to negotiate transcontinental trade-deals, felt ‘the rating is adequate…but I’m from Asia so…yeah, y’know’.

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