Coming in at second place is good ol' NYC, which has remained relatively quiet on the hotel bed bug front. Then again, between earthquakes and hurricanes, there have been plenty of other things to worry about recently.
Certain parts of this study, which compiled its information from user reviews, we find a little questionable. For instance, if a city's bedbug ranking has "jumped" 667% since last year (ahem, Columbus), is that because of more bedbugs, or are there just more people posting bad reviews? And if a hotel moves quickly to rectify the situation, shouldn't that information be included as well?
Other cities in the list include: San Francisco, Orlando, Atlantic City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Columbus, and Anaheim. Surprisingly, no mention of Glendale, AZ.
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