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Picking Your Room

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   Special Services & ProgramsWhat do I need to know to find out which Hotel offers the best room for me?
This will depend on your particular needs, but you might use the questions below to guide your research.
Do they have the ability to childproof rooms?
Do they have any rooms available designed to assist the physically handicapped or elderly?
Do they have smoking or nonsmoking rooms available?
What types of bed sizes and arraignments are available?
Do they have special bathrooms with Roman tubs or whirlpool baths?
Are adjoining rooms available so everyone can stay together?
Do they have rooms designed for business travelers that have larger desks and data ports?
Do they have any rooms with kitchenettes? Make sure you get some details because a "Kitchenette" can vary from a wet-bar with just a sink all the way to a small complete kitchen with the pans and the silverware. You’ll probably pay extra for them so you’ll want to ask to know exactly what you’re getting.
Can you book a room in a particular part of the Hotel?
Why is requesting a certain location for my room important?
Exterior rooms might be right next to a loud highway off-ramp.
Interior courtyard rooms often are more expensive with a poolside room, which can provide a nice view, but pools can also be noisy.
Rooms near restaurants, stairs, elevators, ice machine, and lobby are convenient, but put you closer to the noise. Also, avoid the noisy rooms above or next to the Hotel’s bar.
First floor rooms are easier to break into. Some rooms may be on floors that are too high for fire rescue to reach.
Rooms with balconies can be dangerous if you are traveling with small children. You might consider a first floor room, but you’ll have to take extra care when securing the room.

 


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