Hotel’s lost property poll goes national

Promotional photograph of Campanile Hotel Restaurant Dartford, by Jayne Lloyd Photography, June 2014.

Campanile Hotels hit the headlines nationally after revealing the top ten things left behind in their rooms – one of which was a child!

Thankfully the child was looked after by hotel staff until the parents returned 40 minutes later.

Other items on the list included £1,200 in cash, a wedding dress, used microwave, Rolex watch and iPads.

Advent worked with the hotel to publicise the findings, which secured coverage in national newspapers such as the Daily Mirror and Daily Record, through to local newspapers such as the Glasgow Evening Times and the Leicester Mercury.

Pictured – The Campanile Hotel in Dartford

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