I stopped at the Omni Richmond VA hotel to charge on the way back from vacation in North Carolina. I arrived at about 4pm, with about 40 miles of charge left and about 170 miles to go. As another Model S was plugged in, and there’s only one plug, I had to wait a few hours for my turn. When I plugged in I was shocked at the slow rate of charge. The charger (see photo) is Tesla-branded and supposedly functions the same as a HPWC. Not so. This charger should be an embarrassment to Tesla. How is it that the Tesla name is on this thing? It charged at a 24 mph rate (see photo), about the same as the low-grade 30 amp device a few miles away in the VCU parking lot. As a consequence my well-laid plans were turned upside down. I had to book a room at the hotel overnight to wait for the charge to reach the desired level. I’ll be leaving for home at 4am. Whoever installed this thing apparently botched the job. I think Tesla needs to be much more careful about putting its brand on shoddy work. My experience on this trip charging at RV parks has been much better. 50 amps every time and a 39 mph charge rate.