New reports show that some of the guests that were staying at the Beverly Hilton hotel, where Whitney Houston was found dead, want a refund. Apparently, these are only the guests who were staying on the same floor as the late singer.
Apparently, these hotel customers say that law enforcement and medical officials kept coming onto the floor. Not only that, but hotel security kept asking guests for their keycards to make sure that they were legitimately staying there, and not just trying to sneak in. This apparently made it hard for any of the hotel guests on this floor to get any sleep.
A spokesman for the hotel recently gave an interview saying that they took every precaution to protect the privacy of the Houston Family, as well as the other hotel guests, given the extraordinary nature of the events. They are sorry for any of the guests who may have been impacted by this incident.
He went on to say that it is important to remember that the hotel cooperated fully with the Beverly Hills police. This did include securing the fourth floor to ensure the safety and well-being of all guests. The hotel does regret any kind of inconvenience that may have occurred in the immediate aftermath of the events.
This singer, who was well-known for her smash hit “I Will Always Love You,” was put to rest next to her farther John Russell Houston Jr at the Fairview Cemetery in New Jersey. Whitney will be missed by her fans and the industry as a whole.