- Jan 29, 2012
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I'm in two minds about that! Half the time if you come across a problem but don't report it until later the hotel/restaurant/airline will say 'why didn't you tell us at the time and we would have put it right?. And the other half of the time you mention it immediately and there's hell to pay.Whenever I complain about service/food/attitude - I make sure I've completed the consumption stage....
Does not change the state law being applicable. With the only exception being NSW airports.Regarding liquor laws, isn't the MEL F lounge on federal land?
Have to disagree here, haven't found many of their posts to be inciteful. Definitely insightful though.JohnK have you not read the thousands of accurate, inciteful and intelligent posts that both JT and bc have contributed to AFF? They are very rational and intelligent people - well seasoned in all facets of the flying game particularly lounges and lounge etiquette - I think they may be far better placed to decide which course of action was appropriate at that point in time.
Have to disagree here, haven't found many of their posts to be inciteful. Definitely insightful though.
You missed what? That wasn't a faux pas - are you dudes not aware of the ruckus your group incited at the QF F lounge?Dang. I can't believe that I of all people missed that.
BNE Business lounge.Haha, which lounge and prior to which flight?
Kinda reminds me of this:
8 bottles of Dom from LAX-BKK on SQ in F - FlyerTalk Forums
All I can say, is that I have had way more than 4 glasses in 4 hours...usually more like 5-6 in 2 hours.....and no one has said a word to me....the trick is to say nothing....do nothing odd , and no one is the wiser......always works.It seems that the MEL First lounge is learning from the QF PER domestic lounge.
I have enjoyed 4 drinks in the QFi lounge in MEL in the last 4 hours and have been told that I have been cut off due to RSA regulations. The F&B manager had been advised that we have had "7 rounds" and could not serve us any more as we may be refused boarding. As I hold an RSA myself, I could see this was stretching the boundaries.
Actually the drinks were as follows:
Champagne, coffee, champagne, champagne, red wine. A considerable amount of water has also been consumed along with food. The two friends accompanying I am with and I have also been quite reserved in our behaviour.
Now I am not normally a conspiracy theorist, however this occurred about ten minutes after I made a comment to the front desk about the level of service of the Accor staff.
Some time after QF93 left and the lounge had quietened I took the time to chat to the First host and the other front desk attendant. I told them that the food and beverage staff seemed disinterested with providing the appropriate level of service to anyone in the lounge regardless of how busy it was. The First host spoke with the F&B manager. The F&B manager then cut us off.
Red Roo, are guests who complain to be treated like little children and told they can't have any more? I would have thought polite critiquing would be welcomed.