8 thoughts to “The Infinite Hotel Paradox – Jeff Dekofsky”

  1. it can’t be Full if it is infinite. It will never be full for there will always be a vacancy.
    Not to mention the night manager would never complete his task of telling everyone to move rooms because he would be knocking infinitely.

  2. Poor hotel employment… they get payed to little, no matter what they earn… well, unless they earn an infinite amount of Moneyyyy

  3. A hotel with infinite floors has infinite rooms, even if each floor has a finite amount of rooms. Ergo, it cannot be fully booked in the first place.

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