Hotel Promotes They’re Where Asian Cabin Crew Stay When L.A. [Roundup]

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  1. I think Starlux should probably be embarrassed for the public to find out that their crew hotel is the Doubletree in El Segundo.

  2. The funny thing on that picture is that they want to write the Chinese translation of Bon Voyage, but they couldn’t type the words right, and normally Chinese characters won’t be placed in that manner after all (should have been in single row as it is a single phrase).

  3. Everyone makes a big fuss about where the crews spend the night. Hello, they parade around in their uniforms, so it isn’t difficult to figure who is crew. A sign that says welcome such and such airline, doesn’t really matter, when the hotel lobby is teeming with airline employees in uniform…

  4. I’ve been at hotels with placards at the check-in desks announcing specific procedures for crew of certain airlines. Also, this doesn’t really seem that different than hotels putting up signs or using digital screens announcing what conferences or events they are holding. If someone is creepy enough to drive around to different hotels looking for clues of what flight crews stay there, they’d probably instead just take the simpler route and tail them from the airport when, as noted above, they all parade into their shuttles in full uniform

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