We had the privilege of vacationing the same week as these folks who took the "welcome home" to piggish levels. Every morning before nine these obviously custom-made towels were firmly in place with elastic bands by 9:00 next to a table for 4. Only one time did I see one person using the loungers; often mom and dad were at the table but never saw others. Only exception was that one day when we went to beach, I walked through beach house about 8:15 to get towels and saw mom and son putting blue towels on chairs around the pool. By 9:00 my daughter was at the pool with her baby and the rest of us came from beach to pool about. 11. DD said no one had been in chairs. Finally, around 1:00 family came up from beachand went to eat (leaving towels in place). When we left around 4:00 they had not yet been used.
All the people around us are laughing and calling them the blue towel people. Fortunately we were able to make do...7 of us shared 3 chairs but some of the adults we're almost always in pool with kids.
Sad that people have this sense of entitlement and sadder yet that they are teaching it to their children.