The rooms are filthy, there's no hot water and the guests are encouraged to dry themselves off with the curtains to save on washing. But customers of the Hans Brinker Budget Hotel in Amsterdam can never say they weren't warned. To prevent complaints, the owners of the $22.50-a-night hotel feel it is best to tell people in advance about what to expect.
A lengthy disclaimer on their website reads: Those wishing to stay at the Hans Brinker Budget Hotel do so at their own risk and will not hold the hotel liable for food poisoning, mental breakdowns, terminal illness, lost limbs, radiation poisoning, certain diseases associated with the 18th century, plague, etc.
(thanks Miss Rare)