A Russian tourist told the Russian TourDom news website that he and his wife had to leave a hotel in Miskolc urgently after they occupied their room just because they had Russian passports.
According to Szeretlek Magyarország, the Russian man talking to TourDom highlighted they checked in at around 6 PM on 20 November. Afterwards, they occupied their room in the Premier Hotel Miskolc and took a shower. When they were preparing for sleep, the director called them via phone and told them they had to leave the hotel.
“In reality, they simply dragged us out from our beds and saw us out”, he said. He also added that the young man, showing up in their room, talked in fluent Russian. He was courteous and asked for their forgiveness.
However, he was determined they need to leave the compound urgently. Thus, they packed and left the building.
According to the Russian tourist, the director told them the hotel’s owner was Ukrainian but was in the war zone at the time of the incident. However, he gave orders that they could not receive people with Russian passports. Finally, the frustrated Russians reported the issue to Booking.com.
The Russian Consulate General of Debrecen contacted the mayor’s office of Miskolc. Furthermore, they asked for an explanation from the hotel in an official request.
“The diplomats of the Consulate General try to establish a connection with the people concerned to clarify the circumstances of the incident and, if needed, provide help for them”, the body said in a Telegram message this Monday.
Here is the hotel’s unchanged reaction published on Facebook and we have to say, apart from the grammas and linguistic errors, it is a very different story than what the Russian website said:
Source: szmo.hu, Facebook