I recently went to another country. No, something I don’t speak English and I haven’t been to before is a completely different topic for another article. I went to England and stayed in a hotel there for the first time and not with my relatives or friends. This hotel was a beautiful, clean facility in a big city, close to train stations and major attractions. It is said that I saw some differences from staying in North American hotels.
First, the room used the whole space really well. There was a place for everything and everything was in its place. Instead of a hood, they used giant framed works of art that doubled as a visual center for both the hood and the room.
I brought an adapter plug with me to switch from one power supply to another, but I was able to use the charging station on the wall because I didn’t need to charge my phone. But there is something strange that I saw here, the bathroom was separated from the main living area only by a glass sliding door. It wasn’t locked and didn’t even reach every side of the wall, so there was always space. In North America, we are taught to go to the bathroom, to close the heavy wooden door, to lock it, and then to continue our work. This is not the case there, and as one of our friends noted, there was no extractor fan and no window. There were also two flush options for the toilet – I’ll leave it to you to understand.
Then there is the supply or shortage of tissue. North American hotels have textures in both the room and the bathroom, not on the other side of the pool. If you are traveling there, bring yourself!
The slightest difference I found, in each room, an umbrella was assigned inside the closet. The note said you should use it for the rest of your stay, but keep it in the room when you leave. I had never seen a North American hotel before!
This is a beautiful hotel, in an exciting part of the European city. The ride was beautiful, the beds were comfortable and the small differences were sweet. Even the staff was as helpful as possible.