Travelodge staffed by convicted murderers.
Linda White, 55, a guest-room cleaner, stabbed her ex-partner John Sandilands to death after a row.
Pat Bulmer, 48, who works as a receptionist, lured her husband Robert to be knifed to death by her lover so she could claim over £30,000 from his life insurance policy.
Julie Richardson, 42, also a cleaner at the hotel, scalded her own father with a red-hot iron before battering him to death with two accomplices.
The news that these dangerous criminals, all jailed for life, have been quietly integrated back into society has shocked and angered relatives of the murder victims.
Robert Bulmer’s sister Hepsy told The Sun: ‘It’s disgusting. What are the authorities thinking of?
‘I don’t suppose the customers know a thing. If you’re staying at a hotel you don’t expect to find three killers working there.’
The trio applied for the jobs at the hotel branch in Piccadilly, York, while serving sentences at Askham Grange Prison as part of a scheme to get offenders into jobs soon after they are released.
Travelodge spokesman Jon Hendry-Pickup defended his company’s decision to employ the ladies.
He said: ‘The workers from the rehabilitation programme are constantly assessed and have proven to be dedicated and hard-working individuals.’