Hilton Pikesville Inn
1726 Reisterstown Rd
Pikesville, MD

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I stayed at the Double Tree in Pikesville, MD from 10/14/15 - 10/15/15 in a room (Room 228) with my 90 year old grandmother. We came to Baltimore for a funeral for my grand uncle, my grandmother's brother-in-law. After staying the night, itchy red blotches developed on my arms, neck, and face by the next afternoon. Bed bugs bites, confirmed by my doctor.

I called the hotel who confirmed that they found traces of bed bugs in the bed that I slept in. Thankfully, no bed bugs in my grandmother's

bed. And she stayed there for 4 days! They only offered her a discount on the one night that I stayed there. They should have provided her a full refund and then some for the horrible conditions.

It is appalling that housekeeping does not complete a thorough inspection of the beds each day. You can see evidence of bed bugs - molted exoskeletons, rust-colored blood spots from fecal matter, and bugs themselves - if checking the seams of mattresses, box springs, bed frames, headboards, dresser tables, inside cracks or crevices, behind wallpaper, or any other clutter or objects around.

For 2 days after, I was in excruciating discomfort due to the itchy sensation. No antihistamine or other calming balm helped. The itch subsided after about 4 days to a manageable level. Thankfully no bed bugs came with me. We did a complete cleaning of our apartment. High heat treated all our sheets, clothes, and other things. Vacuumed the bed and all furniture. I still check the mattresses every night with a small flashlight because I'm paranoid now.

Stayed October 2015


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