I just found this websit by accident, I have search everything about bed bugs because we got infested with them after my husband traveled to Medford and stay at this Hampton Inn and the odd thing is my husband stayed in rm 331. This was the last hotel my husband stayed in he stayed there in May 2013 and here a month later we started finding bed bugs here and there. So in all my investigation we nailed it down to an approximate time of exposure and it was during the same time my husband was in Me
dford at this Hampton Inn. This has been a nightmare for us , we just have a small infestation but never the less it has been expensive. I no longer sleep all night or much at all anymore this whole thing is stressful and time consuming . I spend my time at home cleaning clothes and bed sheets over and over again , vacuuming all the time and I live with DM Earth all over my room. I no longer have a relaxing room to come home and relax in after work. This is harder work then being at work . I live in constant fear that they might move to other areas of our home. We so far have them confine to our bedroom.
We wish we would have known about this site before.
And by the way BB are not easy to get rid of , in a hotel they just move from room to room.
This was an isolated issue concerning the guest room noted on this report. The problem was dealt with quickly and decisively via a professional pest elimination company, Ecolab, who has since given us a guarantee that the room is free of the pests. The room went through a multi-treatment program that included state-of-the-art methods and replacement of mattresses with new ones. Adjacent rooms were also treated as a precaution although no pests were found. All of the rooms in the hotel were c
arefully inspected and no pests were found in any rooms. Our housekeeping staff is trained to check all of their rooms each day for any signs of pests. Not a housekeeping issue, Bedbugs can be brought into any establishment. This hotel regularly receives an outstanding rating for cleanliness from the Hampton Brand inspection team.
I checked in on October 29, 2012, and was assigned room 321. I had been in bed for approximately 30 minutes when I saw an adult bedbug. After I killed that one, I pulled back the bedcovers to easily spot half a dozen others of varying ages. I checked out - was not charged - and disposed of all soft cloth bags and clothing.