Husband leaves Resort One-Star TripAdvisor evaluate and complains about spouse’s infidelity

An aggrieved husband left a one-star TripAdvisor rating of a hotel resort claiming that his wife was “seduced” by an in-house masseuse.

The reviewer, known only as Michael, described The Palms Hotel in Turks and Caicos Islands as a “beautiful resort” in his now-deleted feedback.

“Water, sand pools and service amazing,” he wrote of the couple’s experience when they stayed in December, reports The Sun.

However, he claimed that things took a turn when he returned after flying home to pick up their son Tom so he could join them on their vacation in paradise.

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“When I got back things seemed awkward,” continued Michael’s criticism. “My wife finally told me that she went to a massage while I was picking up our son and the masseuse seduced her and spent the night with her.”

Michael said he believed the fault was his partner’s but wanted to warn other travelers anyway.

“I’m not blaming the resort for this, it’s my wife’s fault. But just know that this can happen in this resort. “

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The Palms is made up of 72 suites that stretch over 12 acres adjacent to Grace Bay Beach.

The hotel’s website features the 25,000 square meter spa with the ultra-modern infinity pool and the “friendly staff”.

The Independent has contacted The Palms for comment.

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It’s not the first time a review has sparked controversy.

The Sea View Hotel and Spa in Koh Chang arrested Wesley Barnes, an American who worked in Thailand, over local defamation laws for posting a negative review on TripAdvisor.

“Rude staff, nobody ever smiles,” read the review. “They pretend they don’t want anyone there. The restaurant manager was the worst. He is from the Czech Republic. He is extremely rude and rude to guests. ”

The resort responded with legal action, accusing Mr. Barnes of “harming the hotel’s reputation” and spending two nights in jail.

Mr Barnes was released on bail and publicly apologized in exchange for closing the criminal complaint.

But TripAdvisor has since said it’s only fair that other potential guests be warned about visiting the hotel.

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