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    Nice hotels I love, hotels make me feel a little bit untouchable from the world. Like taking a reality hiatus.

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    I love it!!! Although I don't make myself at home. I wish I did though - cos I don't really like living out of a suit case.

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    I don't really. I'm a real homebody though, so being away somewhere unfamiliar can be rather off putting.

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    Very much! Like it even better without kids. ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossompossum View Post
    Hate it. Uncomfortable beds and Itchy sheets eith not enough pillows. Its the worst.



    Yes fat lazy fingers did write this =)
    The Hilton has a pillow menu! You can choose what kind of pillow ( hard/ soft/ medium ) and how many you want

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    Ive stayed in nice ones, in august we stayed in a 4 star... I couldnt fault anything i just... *shudder* its like staying at a strangers house.


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    Love love love love it!!

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    No I don't. I used to travel for work and the client I worked for in hong king it put me up at 5 star hotels which were something to be seen. But when I'd use the gym or go to breakfast I was always struck by how everyone was alone. It's very isolating staying in hotels when you do it often, no matter how grand the room.

    I prefer apartments where you can open a window or walk outside on a balcony, but even then I'd rather not. When I had DD2 the hospital offered to send me to the park Hyatt but I went home instead.

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    Yeah, I really like it, and I have no trouble making myself at home because it is not someone elses home it is a blank canvas that I am paying to use as I see fit. Bed an breakfast on the other hand - hated it. We stayed in on once and it was like we were staying in a strangers house, because we were. I hated having to go into their cupboard to find a cup to make a cup of tea....awful.

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    I love clean, cosy and comfortable hotels. Not keen on the luxury 5 star hotels, I feel like I don't belong, feel like people stare at me and quietly judging me for invading their world. Absolutely hate cheap dirty hotels and backpacker motels with shared toilet.


 

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