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Broke toe/s in hotel room...
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What makes you think people didn't read your post?
To allow you to make a claim against the hotel and win then they will have to be liable. If your asking if you can make a claim then your asking if there is a way they can be made liable even if it's not their fault.
Asking if you can get money out of a business when you agree they aren't liable doesn't exactly show you have good intentions.
I very highly doubt there's any claim as they weren't at fault! But as I say, just thought I'd gather some opinions.
You don’t like the opinions you asked for, doesn’t make them rude. Couple of options:
You need a control, book in another hotel, different brand, see if you stub your toes there.
Never stay in Travelodge or if you do wear steel toe caps.
Again, yes, I completely agree. At no point did I say they were liable and thought it was barbaric if you could claim for such a thing. But please do forgive me for acting on a couple of suggestions to at least enquire about it from family and friends.
"Barbaric" ! Get a grip.