Hilton Garden Inn West Lafayette Wabash Landing
356 E State St, West Lafayette
West Lafayette, IN 47906-3225

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I stayed there Wednesday July 17th room 510 and got bitten really bad. I thought maybe just some sort of rash but no....f’ng bed bugs.


I stayed there Wednesday July 17th room 510 and got bitten really bad. I thought maybe just some sort of rash but no....f’ng bed bugs.


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db that reported here on 1/13/15, this report was just brought to my attention and I wanted to address it personally to put you at ease about our hotel. Please understand that we take these types of claims seriously and have a protocol in place to identify any potential issues long before it would affect our guests. If you noticed a potential issue during your stay I wish you would have addressed it with us directly, but our records do not indicate any such reports or incidents during that tim

e frame at this hotel. We understand that this issue is a concern for guests, but it is also a concern for us and we make every effort to make sure our guests have an enjoyable stay. If you would like to discuss this issue further, please feel free to contact me at the hotel at any time.

Respectfully,
Christy Kuntz
General Manager

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We've been battling bedbugs ever since we stayed here. This was the only place besides my homes that I have been. I wonder if the Hilton would like to pay for my pest control since they failed to mention the yo it to us before we spent 2 nights there. I had woke up after the first night with a bite or two not thinking anything of it. A few weeks later noticed more bites then found our bugs. Tuck. Can you sue a hotel for this cause it's their fault...? Happened in July 2014. I'm just now seeing t

hey are the reason. We've been baffled...

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We've been battling bedbugs ever since we stayed here. This was the only place besides my homes that I have been. I wonder if the Hilton would like to pay for my pest control since they failed to mention the yo it to us before we spent 2 nights there. I had woke up the first night with a bite or two not thinking anything of it. A few weeks later noticed more bites then found our bugs. Tuck. Can you sue a hotel for this cause it's their fault...?


I am the guest from July 17. I will contact the hotel but wanted to say that I did thorough research before I concluded that I had bed bug bites. While I did stay in a rented house following my stay in West Lafayette, I am absolutely sure that the bites showed up the morning I woke up in the hotel because I complained about itchy feet to my family during our 4 hour car ride after we left. I also was skeptical about the bites continuing to show up over the next week but here's what I read in t

he Georgia Epidemiology Report:

there are typically five post-bite effect stages: no reaction (no or too few antibodies developed), delayed reaction, delayed plus immediate reaction,
immediate reaction only, and no visible reaction. “Immediate” immune reactions may appear from one to 24 hours after a given bite and may last 1-2 days. “Delayed” immune reactions usually first appear one to three (up to 14) days after a bite and may last 2-5 days.

I'm glad you want to clear up the problem and hope that you will not try to shift blame to another source.

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To the Anonymous guest that stayed with us on 7/17, if you would please contact the hotel right away and let me know what room you were in I would greatly appreciate it. We take this issue very seriously and even though we do daily checks and have not found anything we would like to make sure and check the room you were in.

That being said, after leaving the hotel I am not sure you would continue to see bites and only on your legs. Bed bugs do travel from one location to the next but they w

ould not stay on your body and create new bites up to a week later. I am sure you have checked your bedding at home and if they are not present there than the rash or bites you have could be and probably are related to something else.

Again we do not take this type of claim lightly and I would really like to speak with you in regards to your stay. I wish that you would have reported it directly to the hotel because if we did in fact have an issue we would want it resolved immediately.

Best regards,
Christy Kuntz
General Manager
765-743-2100

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I stayed at this hotel July 17, 2011. The following morning I had some bites on my feet. Over the next couple days more bites showed up from my foot up to my knee on one leg. It's been more than a week and they seem to still be showing up and are extremely itchy. I thought it might be poison ivy (but was unsure where I could have gotten it) until a friend pointed out bed bugs as a possibility. The bites look like the photos on the internet.


I am the General Manager of the Hilton Garden Inn, West Lafayette. As unfortuate as it is, bed bugs are a reality in the hotel industry and no matter how many measures you take there is always the possiblity of them being brought into the hotel. And that is how hotels get bed bugs, they are brought into the hotel. In 8 years that the hotel has been open, we have had 2 actual confirmed situations and have taken extreme measures to correct the issue quickly and completely. All hotels will expe

riance them at some time, what matters most is how they are taken care of when discovered.

The guest that posted below about checking out in the middle of the night, I do not show record of this and I would encourage you to contact me so that we can have a discussion about your situation. To all others thinking of staying at our hotel, please understand that we take this matter very seriously and have went to extreme messures to ensure the safety of our guests.

If anyone has any concerns, please feel free to contact me at any time. We are not hiding the situation as other hotels may be and want to be up front with our guests so they have confidence in our hotel.

Thank you!

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I stayed there in February of 2010 and was also bitten. I developed a severe reaction that required medical treatment. When I complained to the hotel and GM, they assured me that it was an isolated case and had not received any further complaints. They must've never taken care of it, because I see that someone else has also posted a report. I haven't stayed there again.


I was staying at the hotel last week with my girlfriend and we woke up around 3am in the morning and found them all over our bed and you had bites covering our abdominals. I went down stairs and complained to the night desk clerk. The desk clerk said she was sorry and I thought they had fixed that issue. We had to check out of the hotel and went and stay at the Holiday Inn down the street.









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