Sanitary inspection identified serious violations even in the best of British hotels.
British hotels, including five-star hotels, where rooms cost from £ 190 per night, the guests are fed food cooked in dirty kitchens.
Consumer group “Which?” found that 652 of the British hotel, guest houses and B&BS do not have been tested, the food standards Agency (FSA), but this fact is hidden from guests, as in England and Scotland do not have to publicly expose the data of the rating of the hotel by the level of hygiene.
Five-star the Royal Horseguards, located in Central London and taking guests minimum 191 pound per night, received from the inspectors 2 points for hygiene, writes The Telegraph.
A four-star hotel Dean Court Hotel in York has received for the hygiene unit and the hotel “Novotel” in Birmingham, the kitchen dirty, and spotted with flies.
FSA, in conjunction with Which? trying to change the situation and make hygiene rating of public.
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