Most hotels do not intend to deceive their customers; they just want to ensure that the images are accurate, and to make the hotels look far better than they actually are. However, Eli Seidman, the founder of travel site Oyster posts a hotel's image next to one taken by his photographers to show the readers how hotel marketing images mislead travellers through clever staging, cropping and Photoshopping.
Fakeout: Holiday Inn Sunspree Resort Montego Bay's Gym
Reality: Holiday Inn Sunspree Resort Montego Bay's Gym
Fakeout: The London West Hollywood
Reality: The London West Hollywood
Fakeout: Sugar Cane Club Hotel & Spa
Reality: Sugar Cane Club Hotel & Spa
Fakeout: L'Enfant Plaza Hotel
Reality: L'Enfant Plaza Hotel
Fakeout: South Beach's Aqua Hotel
Reality: South Beach's Aqua Hotel
Most of the marketing photos have been removed by respective hotel management. Check out for more photo fakeouts at Oyster.
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