Hampton Inn

For business or pleasure, millions of travelers stay at one of the 1,900 Hampton Inn locations around the world each year. Regular guests know that the brand, part of the Hilton family of properties, is consistent in providing high-quality service and accommodations in every location.

As bed bug attorneys, working with clients nation-wide, we deal with some chains frequently. We’re pleased to report that Hampton Inn is a hotel chain that we seldom receive complaints about. In the few instances clients have retained our services, we’ve reached satisfactory settlements quickly. The properties in question are scattered throughout the United States and seem to be rare occurrences.

It’s important to remember that just because once location had a complaint about a bed bug infestation doesn’t mean that these unwelcome insects are in every Hampton Inn property. With a reputation to uphold, Hampton Inn doesn’t take bed bug infestations and cases lightly; they strive to provide the best for their customers by taking immediate action.

However when you do experience injuries or losses due to bed bugs, it’s important to document the infestation as soon as possible, and then secure the services of lawyers who frequently handle bed bug cases. While many bed bug bites appear to be minor, the costs associated at staying in an infested hotel room can be quite high. Not only will you lose time and money dealing with the situation, you’ll like need some degree of medical care.

Our advocates have effectively helped many clients receive compensation or repayment for the following:

  • Physical injuries
  • Mental distress
  • Health related expenses
  • Items thrown away due to contact with bed bugs
  • Licensed exterminator fees
  • Lost income
  • Cost reimbursement

If you or a loved one have been the victim of bed bug bites, or other injuries, don’t hesitate to leave a complaint on our online form. We are ready to take on your case and help you obtain fair compensation for the bed bug bites you received during your stay at a Hampton Inn. Your initial case review is free, there are no hidden fees and you don’t need to pay any money upfront. We earn our fee once we collect damages on your behalf. Contact us today to get the legal help you need to win your bed bug case.

8 thoughts on “Hampton Inn”

  1. Bed bug found at the Hampton in lehi Utah. They moved us to a new room but who the hell can sleep in the same hotel that they just found a bed bug. It’s now almost 2 in the morning. What a terrible stay it has been. Now the fear of taking bed bugs home in our luggage, my kids personal blankets, and our clothes. Can you say worst night ever.

  2. Matt,

    We strongly encourage you to consult with a pest professional to prevent the possibility of bringing the bed bugs home with you. If you have not already done so, report the problem to a representative at the Hampton Inn. Lastly, seek medical attention for any and all injuries.

    Lee Ann

  3. I has a bad experience with a Hampton Inn in Corpus Christi. I was in Texas for a week for work and on the second night (in a different hotel than the first night), I picked up bed bugs. I notified the front desk. I documented everything, including photos of the bugs, the bites and all the items I threw away. I have been corresponding back and forth with the Hampton, but they are not providing me with satisfactory reimbursement for my items. I have a certified letter from them saying they were not negligent and that there were other things I could have done besides throw out all of my things. The front desk clerk provided no options. The General Manager provided no options when I spoke to him on the phone. I even told him I was going to throw out my things and he told me that I should make a list of everything I was throwing out so he could submit it to corporate. I did that and am not satisfied with their solution. I have kept all the email correspondence with them. I even have a doctorate in Plant Medicine from the University of Florida where I studied entomology, and know the horrors of bed bugs and how difficult to control they are if you get them in your home. I am at my wits end with dealing with the Hampton Inn. I have been a loyal Hilton Honors member for 13 years. This is what loyalty gets you.

  4. I’m at a Hampton Inn located in Cleburn Texas. I got bed bug bites last night. They moved me and my with to a suite. I did find one bud bug on the bed and put it in a cup and gave it to the person at the counter when we complained. What should I do? I have around 8 bites.

  5. This weekend we stayed at the Hampton Inn Key Largo. The Hotel seemed okay , the room was clean the staff laid back and friendly . We checked in on Friday and checked out Sunday. The first night everything was fine second night we felt we kept getting bitten constantly. Sunday morning my husband’s body was full of bug bites everywhere and my daughter had bites on her hands and legs. When we got home on Sunday and I showered I realized my legs and different parts on my body had bug bites. It’s now been 3 days since we left the hotel and we suffering the consequences of itchy bites and the fear that we might have brought home bed bugs from our stay at the hotel. I am not sure if these are bed bugs or fleas since the hotel dies allow pets. I can’t stop iching !!!

  6. Alma, Thank you for reaching out to bedbuglaw.com. We represent people injured by bed bugs in hotels in Key Largo. We have had many cases out of the Florida keys, mostly due to the number of hotels, vacation rentals and large tourism industry. Please give us a call direct or visit https://www.bedbuglaw.com/do-i-have-a-case to fill out our case evaluation form where you can upload some photos of the injuries so we can evaluate your potential claim. Thank you again for contacting us.

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