For a company that is based in Bournmouth they should really sort out accomodation that is suitable for humans, not for wild dogs. Release travel arranged for us to stay at the Abbey Lodge hotel which is not really a hotel. It's a fictional place that you find in serious films with serious situations comprising of ethnic Albanians trafficking women from eastern europe. This hotel needs to be blown up with every brick burned. We came across a new strain of E-Coli in the stags room and some of the guests came down with foot and mouth disease from the tomato used in the English breakfast. RT need to give stag parties better accommodation for the money spent. We gave £150 per person to stay in this dog kennel. There's a Premier Inn next door charging £29 per night so what have you done with our money? This dog kennel is £20 per night and if tried, the managent would actually pay you to stay here. RT also gave us VIP loyalty cards that are supposed to get us into nightclubs and bars. What's genius is that nobody recognizes these cards and nobody cares that you have them. It was fascinating to see the look on each doormans face when presented with the cheap VIP card. You would think that a company based in Bournmouth would sort VIP cards properly by informing all particiaring bars and clubs that the cards really do exists and have value. What have you done with our money RT? £150 for loyalty cards that are not even recognized? Don't deal with release travel - they seriously made more then a 50% profit margin per person. No value for our money.
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