A couple's honeymoon went bad when their Laurel hotel was swamped with bugs, they claim.
"We go in the room and we saw there were roaches crawling around the sink, around the refrigerator and we weren't comfortable anymore," says Vickey Hall.
Vickey and Chez Hall say they asked for their money back from the Executive Inn and Suites on Sawmill Road. They say the front desk agent gave them another room that was worse then the first one. The Halls left and stayed at another place in the city.
Workers at the hotel refused to give them the name of an owner or manager, the Halls claim.
The couple's money was returned two days later.
7 ON YOUR SIDE contacted the hotel management and we were referred to the owners, who did not return our calls.
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