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Hotel Surveys

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Does IHG (Holiday Inn, Intercontinental, etc) typically send surveys to its guests after a stay? I recently stayed at the Intercontinental in San Francisco and a survey wasn't e-mailed to me. Was that an error on their part or is it not part of their customer service program? I sent an e-mail inquiring about a customer satisfaction survey but didn't get a response. I'm beginning to wonder if they care about customer service. The on-line form said I would get a response in 3 working days and it has been nearly 2 weeks. Do I need to be patient or is it appropriate to call the hotel manager? Input is appreciated.

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