Confused malcontents swilling Chardonnay while awaiting the Zombie Apocalypse.
The hospitality business is kaput anyway so Y not allow the Homeless to live in the rooms? I wonder if the new 'guests' will also dine (social distancing/masks) in the dining rooms.
Well at least most of these new guests won't use a lot of water and that'll cut costs.
Let's hope the smoke alarms work. The thought occurs: how'll the 'guests' get there booze? Supplied gratis? I wonder?
Most of them left to live on the streets.
Not a glowing review of the hotels, that their patrons preferred homelessness.