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You know the scene. You open the door to your brand new hotel room, run over to the window, open the blinds and bam, you are hit with the anti-view. Maybe you are looking down a dirty alley, witnessing a drug deal, staring at an air shaft in the face, or seeing a brick wall. Whatever you are viewing it is not extremely pleasurable. Help out your fellow hotel mavens by uploading your anti-views to the HotelChatter/Flickr photo pool, or by sending the photo along to us. Remember to tell us the name of the hotel and the room number with the not-so-easy-on-the-eyes view.
We've once said before that being locked out of a killer view is an anti-view so the same will have to be said for a dirty window. HotelChatter Flickr Pool member Ajbelongia writes of Room 416 at the Sheraton Independence Hotel in Ohio:
Is it a view or an anti-view if you can't see out of the dirty window ??
Do we even need to share our answer? By the way, the hotel is actually no longer a Sheraton and is now owned by Skyline. Hope they gave it a thorough washing when they took it over. Rooms start at $91 a night.