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HelloThis is Samuel and I will discuss this and provide you information in this regard. While it would not be illegal for someone to mention you were there, it could be a policy violation as based on your right to privacy. And so, yes - it can be mentioned to the friend that they had a guest who works for the company staying. And yes, they could say the person was rude. But they should not release your name of other identifying information about you. That is policy. It is not against the law.
HelloI suggest more than likely not. You were not saying you were there on business. And you didn't lie. You only said the company you work for uses the hotel chain a lot. To me that means they come highly recommended. That was your point you were trying to make, right? So no. I suggest you should not worry about anything.
If someone says something to you you can simply say that you happened to mention the hotel came highly recommended by the company you work for. You did not commit any wrongdoing that I can see from your facts.
HelloCorrect. I suggest that you are worrying needlessly. You cannot be fired if you did not make any false claims involving your employer.
And from what you present here, that is not the case.