But isn’t that the very IDEA of a hotel?

In defending itself against a lawsuit where a guest claims to have gotten crabs from his hotel room, the Quality Inn in Hampton, Virginia claims

    there is no “implied warranty under Virginia law running from a hotel owner or operator to a guest warranting that the premises are ‘fit for human habitation, would be clean and sanitary, and would be suitable for occupancy.'”

You’d think that if there was any obligation at all, it would be just that . . .

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