eDWaRD WooDWaRD wrote:Pieces of Eight wrote:eDWaRD WooDWaRD wrote:Pieces of Eight wrote:As for my Trip Advisor post, 140 folks have found it helpful so I am pleased about that.
Good for you, taking credit for something you didn't actually provide any substance to. I could kick myself for not having formulated my opinion straight away: you are being very dishonest about your role in this whole affair. You put unsubstantiated information on public forums without having done any fact-checking yourself and you take credit for something you didn't play any part in. Personally, I think you are far more dishonest than those you accuse, as well as shamelessly opportunistic.
You are entitled to your opinion Edward. The Bermondsey Square Hotel is now playing by the rules when it comes to informing potential customers of a fundamental change to their business model and I for one am pleased about that.
You can twist and turn it as much as you like, fact remains that your version of events, from beginning to and is inaccurate and not baed on any fact that you gathered yourself, yet you seem to feel entitled to some sort of credit or righteousness and you go on public forums with your assumptions to attack an discredit a local business. That is dishonest, and therefore I feel entitled to pursue that dishonesty on this forum. Nothing t do with opinion, I just can't stand hypocrisy.
urbanite wrote:I believe the new owner is Muslim and therefore it is against his values to sell such products. I did ask if the hotel would still be pet friendly which apparently it will be. I really feel for the staff as they are taking a lot of flak & if this new concept is not successful could easily lose their jobs.Why is the hotel restricting itself from selling alcohol and pork products...that would be helpful to know. Will the hotel make a statement about its new incarnation and what it is intending to be to its future guests. That would be simply the most helpful thing at this point. BSH any chance you could make a statement about the future plans and direction?
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