According to multiple reports, nearly 100 guests were forced to leave a Florida hotel on Thursday, seeking alternative arrangements after seeking to sell them to new owners.
According to FOX35, the new owner of the Kissimmee Champions World Resort is said to be kicking out guests before 4pm.To ensure that this happens, it is reported that the car owner plans to turn off the power before 12 am
At the same time, the spring break is in full swing.
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One of the guests said: “They didn’t give notice or any other notice. That’s not right.” “I called many hotels and they said we were sorry that we were booked.”
One of the guests, Andrea Skhy, told FOX35 that even the general manager was not notified and was told that all employees and guests need to evacuate the property on the same day until Thursday.
According to WESH, a confirmation of the sale was posted on its website. Since then, it has been closed.
The hotel’s Facebook page is still active, but it was last posted on March 1.
However, this did not stop Facebook users from calling on hotels to take unprecedented measures during the spring break.
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One user wrote: “There is nothing that can drive all guests out during the peak spring break period without any notice.”
A representative of Champions World Resort could not be contacted by phone or email to comment.