It would seem that some people involved with the London Olympics 2012 simply cannot resist sticking their snouts in the trough.
The Telegraph recently reported that some of London's leading hotel groups (including Intercontinental, Hilton and Thistle) are taking legal advice following their discovery that some of the rooms that they have supplied to Locog (at preferential rates) are being resold by Thomas Cook at "grossly inflated prices".
One premium three-night ticket and accommodation package is on offer at the Hyatt Regency Churchill for £6,499 per person, including meals and transfers (the face value of the tickets is a "mere" £1,740).
Locog has taken 56,000 rooms, and has given Thomas Cook (a sponsor of the games) access to 8% of the rooms.
As I have noted many times before on this site, the Olympics is not about sport it's about money!
Olympic Medals won during the Beijing 2008 Olympics
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