Holiday Inn Ontario Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Ontario Airport
First off, I am a friend of Mrs. Reddy's(the owner of this hotel), and I am absolutely disgusted in Mr. Reddy's new concubine. She is the manager of all three of Mr. & Mrs. Reddy's Holiday Inn Hotels. She is a recent divorcey from India. Her husband cheated on her back in India, so she came out to America to do the same thing to Mrs Dr. Reddy. In America it is illegal to have multiple wives. In Hindu relgion laws a women is only allowed to be married once (in that religion). Morever, Mrs.Dr Reddy and her children won't like the fact that this women is sleeping with her husband.. Go home concubine, before you hurt the wife and children. America don't stay at this hotel. Don't give your money to a company that would hire a manager that is nothing but a fraud. She tells false truths to everyone in order to cover up her betray and deception to the Reddy family.
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