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Integrity in the creation and management of websites is an essential part to both the creator and the individuals who will use sites as it allows the web users to gain trust and confidence while they are associating with these sites. A site is often required to be truthful showing the true situation as it exists and not as the web creator may want the web users to view the site. A special case that has always raised concerns is the hotel websites have often been blamed for being deceptive showing images that are not the true reflection of the situation on the ground. In other instances, these hotels sites may be rogue only existing to take the hotel bookers money. In this outline, we will review Ace Hotel in Los Angeles showing some of the images they portray on their site, yet, while on visiting the hotel, the facilities are completely different. The review will further offer insights on ways in which individuals can avoid such deceptive advertisements.
While surfing the Ace Hotel website and searching for the rooms, there is one room referred to as the Loft, which is supposed to be a bigger room. An image of their picture online would show the description of the room and the picture of the room as it has been shown in their site.
Sources; Ace Hotel, (2015, September 18)
However as Ben (2015) notes, on visiting the hotel, the room changed to
In their original images, the hotel had warned, that would be the sample room. Meaning an individual needed to await the shock of their life once they got into room itself. As the second batch of rooms image show, the hotel had different rooms that are not even close to how the original room looks like (Ben, 2015).
Viewing the batch of these two images makes it clear that the existence of the website providers a perfect platform for the hotel to dupe individuals into their hotels since the users will only be interacting with the hotel site rather than viewing the rooms of the hotel or interacting with individuals who can show how the rooms are built.