Mold Avoiders Poll Results: Hotels

 

March 21, 2018

This poll was conducted in the Mold Avoiders group in March 2018. A total of 21 members participated.

The question and most response breakdowns follow.

Please participate in this poll only if you have already started mold avoidance.

Have you stayed in or visited any hotels that would make you feel that it would be worth trying or staying in that hotel chain in the future?

Please check all hotels or hotel chains that seem to you that there is a good chance that they might be tolerable to you from a toxicity standpoint. (Please do not consider factors such as cost or amenities in your assessment – just toxicity issues.)

If a hotel chain that you believe would have some promise for you is not listed, you may write it on the list.

If you would like to add an individual hotel to the list, please write the location of the hotel as well as the name of the hotel.

 

57% – Hampton Inn (12 respondents)

33% – Residence Inn (7 respondents)

29% – Courtyard by Marriott (6 respondents)

24% – Fairfield Inn & Suites (5 respondents)

19% – Holiday Inn Express (4 respondents)

10% – Double Tree by Hilton (2 respondents)

10% – Homewood Suites (2 respondents)

10% – Towneplace Suites (2 respondents)

10% – Best Western (2 respondents)

 

One Respondent Each – Hotel Chains

Comfort Inn

Drury Inn

Hilton Garden Inn

Home2Suites by Hilton

My Place Hotels

Ritz-Carlton

Springhill Suites

Staybridge Suites

Woodspring Extended Stay Hotels

 

One Respondent Each – Individual Hotels

Fairfield Inn (Palm Desert, CA)

Isrotel Ramon Inn (Mitzpe Ramon, Israel)

La Posada (Winslow, AZ)

Marriott Hotel (La Jolla, CA)

Mountain Lodge (Mt. Laguna, CA)

Mountain Lodge (Telluride, CO)

Opal Sands (Clearwater, FL)

Pine Valley Motel (Pine Valley, CA)

Ritz-Carlton (Rancho Mirage, CA)

Sonenalp (Vail, CO)

The Inn at Death Valley (Furnace Creek, CA)

Westin Desert Willow (Palm Desert, CA)

Westin Hotel (Pasadena, CA)

 

A collection of additional poll results can be found on the Living Clean in a Dirty World blog.

 

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