I Wish I Could Live in Hotels Forever
In March of 2009, my family and I took a trip to Atlanta, Georgia for a convention. After a long ride on a chartered coach bus, our hotel suite was a welcome gift. It had a living room, two televisions, refrigerator, microwave,a bathroom and two queen sized beds. Room service was splendid. I can understand why business people and stars demand the best, when they are traveling across the United States and Overseas.
Yes, I am sure there are those of you who have traveled a lot and say what's the big deal. The big deal is when you are treated with respect and consideration. And you are given the best service, you can ever imagine, and it makes you want to never leave.
There are some hotels that are not even concerned about their patrons well-being, especially when you are just a commoner. The rooms would be dusty from being closed up. The televisions aren't working. The news have even reported that some of these hotels have bed bugs, which is not healthy at all. The food also is distasteful, making you feel as though you might as well gone to the kitchen and cooked yourself.
So, thumbs up to the hotels who appreciate the common man and woman and treat them as though they are a star or important business man/woman. This is why I am taking the time to thank the hotels in Atlanta, Georgia for my family's wonderful stay.
I am in the process of putting together another trip for the family, and I hope I will luck up on another wonderful hotel.