Needed a room for the evening to avoid severe weather on I-44 and wanted one that had charging to save some time on my trip. Booked a room at the Best Western Plus Springfield Airport (Missouri), confirmed with front desk that they "rarely" see anyone use the chargers. I get here and both spaces are ICEd. But it's hard to blame them -- there are no signs or paint on the spaces to indicate they are EV spots, only the chargers mounted to the wall behind them (which, if you are unfamiliar with EVs probably mean nothing to you). I've already contacted Best Western Plus customer service to find out about getting signage/paint/whatever and to express my concern about this being a Tesla Destination Charging hotel yet there's no indication at the hotel that the charger exists. I don't know the relationship that Tesla has with their Destination hotels -- is this something worth bringing to their attention if BW doesn't return an adequate response? The front desk was considerate and sympathetic, but unable to really do anything about the situation aside from call me if the vehicles move tonight.