Why you should not trust advertising photos of hotels on the InternetPictolic
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In fact, many flawless photos posted on hotel websites turn out to be fake. That is, these places, of course, exist, but they only look a little different than in the fabulous pictures that promise a paradise on earth for vacationers.
Often advertised places are taken from a good angle, but in reality, just a couple of centimeters away is what spoils the magical landscape.
The Oyster website, which deals with hotel reviews, sends professionals around the world to check whether the photos correspond to reality — and some reviewers return with pictures that are very different from what the official hotel website promises.
Fantasy-relax on the private beach of the Delfino Beach Hotel in Sicily, the photo of which attracts a huge area and a complete absence of tourists.
The reality is that people almost walk over each other's heads on the beach.
Fantasy — how to get a good night's sleep, preferably in the pose of a star, on a huge bed at the Hotel Athena in Tuscany.
Reality — you fall into a huge gap, which is formed by shifted single beds.
Fantasy-cut circles in the pool of the Inn at Seaside, Oregon.
The reality is to languish in a pool that is barely larger than a hot tub.
The fantasy is to take the perfect photo in the panoramic pool on the roof of the Amata Resort Hotel in Phuket.
Reality-the dreams of the perfect picture are broken against the iron fence of the pool.
Fantasy-relax in a cozy room at the Centrale Palace Hotel after a full day of sightseeing in Palermo.
The reality is that I want to spend as little time as possible in an uncomfortable and empty room.
Fantasia — a serene holiday on the secluded beach of the resort of La Plage in Sicily.
The reality is that you have to share the beach with half of the city and lie serenely on the rocks.
Fantasy-to look forward to a romantic night swim in the indoor pool of the Norfolk Royale Hotel, Dorset, United Kingdom.
The reality is that you will have to stomp on the mold-covered tile to the non-working Jacuzzi.
Fantasy-an empty pool, where there is always a place for beautiful women, at the Crown Reef Hotel, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
The reality is children. Everywhere.