VERY BAD I STAYED 3 NIGHTS IN YOUR HOTEL. FIRST 2 NIGTS I HAVE NO PROBLEM. I AM TRAVELLING FOR THE LAST 25 YEARS FOR BUSINESS A LOT. YOU CAN LOOK MY PROFILE I STAYED IN GERMANY-AUSTRIA-UKRAINE-FRANCE-BELGIUM-TURKEY LOTS OF ACCORHOTELS. I NEVER HAD SUCH A PROBLEM LIKE IN YOUR HOTEL. WHEN I WANT TO SLEEP THIRD NIGHT I FEEL SOMETHING WAS EATING MY SKIN. WHEN I CHECK MY SHOULDERS I HAVE SEEN REDDNESS AND PAIN AND ITCHING. AFTER THAT I LOOKED MIRROR AND MY SKIN WAS NOT NORMAL. WHEN I CHECKED BED I HAVE SEEN BAD BUGS. I EVEN RECORDED AND HAVE SOME PICTURES. AFTER THAT I COLLECTED ALL MY BAGS WENT TO RECEPTION. I SHOWED PICTURES FILM FROM BAD BUGS THEY JUST CHANGE MY ROOM. NO SORRY, NO EXCUSE, NO COMPENSATION. THATS WHY I LL NEVER STAY AT ACCORHOTELS AND I WILL ALSO EXPLAIN IN ALL PLATFORMS MY BAD EXPERIENCE. NO BODY FROM YOUR HOTEL CAREFULLY LISTENED ME. UNFORTUNATELY I DO NOT SPEAK FRENCH AND YOUR STAFF DOES NOT SPEAK ENOUGH ENGLISH THATS WHY WE COULD NOT COMUNICATE. I DEMANDED THAT HOTEL MANAGER SHOULD CALL TODAY I DO NOT RECEIVE ANY CALL.
Items owned by Martin were loaned to the Grampian Transport Museum in Alford, Aberdeenshire to display as part of their 2016 season. He had previously visited the museum in 2011. It featured his Merlin engine, three of his favourite motorcycles, and the gravity racer used in his Speed series. The bikes were the one he built for the Pike's Peak episode of Speed , his 2003 Suzuki GSXR 1000 K3 (his most used and most prolific race-winning bike) and the 675 Daytona Triumph used in the 2015 TT Supersport races.  According to the museum's curator, this was the "first time anywhere that anybody has presented an exhibition of Guy Martin’s engineering items".