A Swiss hotel is facing backlash after posting a sign requiring the Jewish guests to bathe before entering the pool, Newsweek reports. The Paradies Arosa hotel, located outside Zurich, also put a sign on a communal refrigerator restricting the hours that the Jewish guests could access their food. The acceptable hours were between 10 and 11am and between 4.30 and 5.30 pm, according to the Guardian. That sign read, "“I hope you understand that our team does not like to be disturbed every time.”
The woman who manages the small hotel, Ruth Thomann, told The Jerusalem Post that the seemingly very anti-Semitic signs were put up because “the behavior of some of those guests is making other guests feel uncomfortable, and we received complaints so we need to be responsible for all our guests and find a balance.” Huh? She added that she has "nothing against Jews." No, of course not!