Five people fly into town to attend a conference. Unfortunately, hotel space for the conference had filled up fast so even though they’re from the same company, the five ended up in different hotels. The good news is that the hotels were all within walking distance of the convention center where the conference was being held. The odd thing about the hotels where they stayed is that all were individually-owned, rather than part of corporate chains. However, each was still a very well-rated and successful business. Determine the full name of each person, the name of the hotel each stayed at, and the hotel’s rating.
1. The Outlook Inn had a higher rating than the hotel where Patricia stayed. The three-star hotel was not Peak’s Inn.
2. Michael’s last name was Ontheway but he didn’t stay at the Wayside Lodge. Sarah, whose last name wasn’t Spinner, stayed at the Outlook Inn.
3. Ms. Windswept and Joseph both stayed at four-star hotels.
4. Ms. Weatherby stayed at the Meadow Hotel, which wasn’t a five-star hotel.
5. The Wayside Lodge was a five-star hotel. Wendy’s last name wasn’t Weaver.
6. The Fell Hollows Lodge was rated with one star less than the hotel where the person whose last name was Spinner stayed.
January 15, 2008