Here Are A Few Of The More ‘Glowing’ Reviews Of Osama Bin Laden’s Compound On Google Maps

May 4, 2011 | No Comments » | Topics: Funny Pictures

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  • Aside from the complimentary dialysis machine use, easy underground access to Pakistan’s beautiful vast cave system, and free toaster waffles, it’s a pretty big dump. The food wasn’t organic, the wifi was spotty at best, absolutely no cell coverage, (yelp reviews were so wrong on that one) and no one spoke English. To make it worse, the country’s best basketball player, some 6’7″ dude with a turban, gets shot our first night there. And the coffee was cold. We’re so not coming back.
  • Lovely little weekend hideaway, comes with all mod cons including 18ft walls, ventilation holes recently installed by American specialists, and an Art Nouveau ‘mangled helicopter wreckage’ piece in the compound. Service and atmosphere were initially very good, with personal courier and Pakistani generals constantly popping by. However, all went to shambles after some American tourists dropped in, completely trashing the place. Have not seen the maitre d’ since.

  • I couldn’t find ONE stinking outlet to plug my laptop in! There was no wifi either and it took hours to find this place. The employees were not very nice or helpful and there was NO room service. When I book a hotel, I expect to be treated as a GUEST. I will not be recommending this establishment to anyone else.

  • Too close to airport. Party upstairs got out of hand and front desk wouldn’t pick up when I called to complain. Complimentary breakfast was cancelled because help didn’t show up. Billed as eco-friendly, but expecting guests to burn their own garbage is a bit excessive IMHO. Military Academy tour next door was interesting but the cadets were on spring break.

  • It constantly feels like people are watching your every move. Kinda creepy. And there’s this guy a few rooms over who constantly blasts Teletubbies reruns 24/7, but I haven’t seen him in a few days.
  • Slightly higher specifications than you average Travel Lodge hotel, however staff didn’t want to do anything about a rowdy party in the early hours that kept me awake. Turns out it was a group of uninvited Americans (typical!)
  • It was suppose to be all inclusive but when we got there there it didn’t included drinks.
  • Located in cozy, quiet neighborhood. Interrupted only occasionally by machine gun fire.
  • A cosy mid-countryside retreat, away from the hustle-and-bustle of American city life