Im laying in bed upset over some really sad news, watching sopranos, and Tony is staying in a hotel. It made me think about the few times ive stayed in a hotel i feel really awkward, uncomfortable and uneasy about it. Strangers everywhere, a bed that isnt yours (grosss who knows what happens on it)... Just generally feel unsafe and like i cant relax.
Do you like staying in hotels? Can you
'Make yourself at home?'
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22-09-2013 22:15 #1
Do you like staying in hotels?
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22-09-2013 22:20 #2
I absolutely hate them but obviously are a necessity when travelling so I suck it up. The pillows especially gross me out...yuck!!!
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22-09-2013 22:21 #3
Only nice ones!
22-09-2013 22:22 #4
I like it most of the time. It just a break from my everyday life.
I must admit 2 of the hotels we stayed in the usa, I tried to convince dh it would be safer/cleaner to stay in the car.
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22-09-2013 22:22 #5
I love it! Though DS is a terror if we sleep anywhere but home.
22-09-2013 22:23 #6
I love hotels ! Before DS , DH and I used to go away a lot and picking a good hotel was one of the most important things ! We spent the night at the Hilton Sydney a few months ago, first time in a hotel without DS and we both said how much we missed it! I think it's the fact you can order room service , have someone else clean your room, have nice fresh linen and a big bed and usually we get a room with a view - I think that's why I love Las Vegas - the hotels are amazing ! ( I am a big hotel snob though and am very fussy !)
22-09-2013 22:24 #7Senior Member
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I like staying in expensive hotels
If things are a bit dodgy then I feel really uncomfortable, so if we plan a holiday/night away i always do a lot of research and get a good deal on a 4/5 star place
22-09-2013 22:25 #8
I like it. But I spent a year living in hostels in Europe in my early 20s, so that could help! These days (10 years later) I think I enjoy the novelty of being somewhere away from home- we 're never away long enough for it to wear off these days!
22-09-2013 22:26 #9Senior Member
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Admittedly I've always been pretty lucky and stayed in five star type establishments, but I love it! In fact DH, DS and I are staying at Crown for two nights next week just because... I love that there's no cooking, cleaning, ironing etc to be done - I find it very relaxing and love room service etc!
22-09-2013 22:27 #10Senior Member
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I love staying in hotels, especially nice ones. I once booked myself into the Crown Metropol for a night when my husband was away. Mum and Dad looked after the kids and I checked in at 5pm. By 5:30, I'd had a shower and was in the huge King size bed in my pjs, watching a movie and ordering room service. It was bliss to be able to have some time to myself and have breakfast in bed the next morning, although I missed my beautiful children.
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