The Longest Review Ever Written

Speaking of my short attention span, let’s talk about all of the time and research that goes into booking travel. On the one hand, you want to read all reviews to ensure that you are making a sound booking decision; on the other hand, this is unbelievably tedious and time consuming. So, most travelers settle for a happy medium, reading around 6-12 reviews.

Here’s the thing: I don’t want to read 6-12 reviews. I think that is exhausting. So I’ve switched to Meta-Reviews, which are essentially the Cliff’s Notes version of all verified reviews online. I’ve been happy with my decision, especially after discovering this gem. Coming in at more than 17,200 words and nearly 80,000 characters, let me introduce you to the longest review ever written. Enjoy, but don't read while driving or operating heavy equipment; it could prove hazardous.

PS - For those of you who aren't yet sold on TrustYou's Meta-Reviews, I challenge you to time yourself reading the longest review ever written, then time yourself reading the below Meta-Review for the same hotel. Which do you prefer?


Catalina Brinza

Catalina is a social media and data enthusiast. At TrustYou, she's on a mission to bring the most out of travel and hospitality data. One day, she hopes to experience Japan's culture to its fullest.

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