A furious father of four has blasted a Hilton hotel for not telling him about a 1,000 person orgy that they were hosting when he made the booking.
The dad, who wished to remain anonymous, was left incensed by the massive December 31 “sex-abration” at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Sacramento, California.
After a bumpy night’s sleep, he said that if he’d known he would never have booked the room.
Swingers group Allures organised the orgy and said that the sex party was the largest of its kind in California, with tickets going for $100 a head.
Allures have shared snaps of ‘play areas’ and even constructed a sex dungeon room featuring a St. Andrew’s cross, multi-positional horse and sex swing for the kinkier types.
Their website says the atmosphere features “Romantic candlelight, decor, fog machine magic, and sensual mood lighting will set the scene to start your night, as two large projector screens simultaneously broadcast music videos in your favorite Old School, R&B, Hip Hop, Latin, Pop, EDM and Classic Rock hits.”
However other guests were left restless by the lavish bash with the angry dad asking for his money back after being kept up all night by the party.
‘CRAZIES IN THE HOT TUB’
Speaking to Fox40, the dad says he has no problem with what consenting adults get up to – but insists hotel bosses should have made other guests aware of what was going to be happening.
He said: “People that are spending good money to stay at the Hilton should be aware of what’s going on under their nose, especially if they have families.
“And, you know, there’s a hot tub there and there’s crazies in the hot tub.”
The father, who is now considering avoiding the hotel altogether, added: “I’m at the point where I don’t even want to bring my family into that environment.
“I think it’s totally wrong that the Hilton is putting on something like this.”
The dad has tried to get his booking refunded but says Hilton has refused, and with the irate guest saying that the hotel’s general attitude “pisses me off.”
DoubleTree General Manager Royce Pollard said: “We take the comfort and privacy of all our guests very seriously. As with any large event, the utmost care is taken to assure there are no disruptions to other guests.”
A Hilton corporate spokesman said the hotel in question was independently owned and operated, and that they could not comment further.
Allures has been approached for comment.
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