The Chinese Ministry of Culture and Tourism launched a survey of precarious hygiene conditions in a five-star hotel after the video was secretly withdrawn. This means that in luxury rooms of international chains, cleaning staff use the same cloth to clean toilets, cups and basins.
In his statement, the ministry stressed that he is concerned about these epidemics, especially in large hotels, and that he ordered the local culture and tourism authorities to conduct an investigation in the provinces of Shanghai, Beijing and Fujian, Giangzhi and Guizhou.
In various luxury hotels, the cleaning staff were person caught er as a cause of public anger and anxiety by using dirty sails, towels and sponges from camera rooms, cleaning cups, sinks and mirrors.
Most of the hotels listed belong to major international chains. Among them are Conrad Beijing, Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc., Waldorf Astoria, Sheraton International Inc., Le Royal Meridien Shanghai, Ritz Carlton, Shangri-La Hotel Fuzhou. Some apologize.
Shanghai's municipal tourism agency said it will continue to support the authorities while continuing the investigation and imposing severe penalties on hotels that will be faulty. The Beijing City Development Board invited the managers of four hotels to participate in the statements. The health authorities of the capital began to collect samples of hotel facilities to check and undertake the findings of the upcoming audits.
Similar investigations are being conducted in Fujai and Guizhou, Guizhou and Guizhou. Local authorities were urged to speed up the monitoring and control of the quality of tourism services. The ministry promised to tackle solid behavior with a serious impact on the quality of tourism services.
Twelve-minute video on Wednesday, Chinese Twitter released Huazong, a celebrity on the Internet with 322,000 followers in Weibo. Huazong said that he has recently been videotaping the video during his stay in luxury hotels and is disappointed when staff realizes it is traditional to use dirty towels to clean the cups.
The video triggered on the Internet by claiming that cleaners were not paid enough to work in some of the most expensive hotels in the world. "Fortunately, I don't have to pay to stay at these hotels," a user commented.