What I hate about hotel rooms
Telegraph by Anthony Peregrine
So, hotel rooms. I spend quite a lot of time in them and have noticed that, over the years, they are much improved. It’s a long time since I was in a hotel where the main light switch was outside the room (London) or where the bedroom had walls so thin that I was effectively taking part in a threesome with the couple next door (Paris). But things are still imperfect. Worse, some advances in hotel room thinking have created problems of their own. I’m speaking, inter alia, of the cushion epidemic, which sees one’s bed submerged under hundreds of cushions for no apparent purpose....