Travel guru Peter Greenberg shares three useful and unexpected questions that can make a huge difference when booking a hotel room. Inside, learn how to avoid digs next to the inevitable construction and instead score the room with a shower strong enough to clean a stinky elephant.
The three questions:
- 1. Ask how close your room is to the construction. Hotels are constantly undergoing renovations, so it’s safe to assume that your is no exception.
- 2. Listen Rapunzel, ask for a room below the eight floor. Firefighters aren’t scared of height, but their hoses can’t reach past the eighth floor.
- 3. Ask for a room on the same floor as the booster pumps. They make your shower strong, like Ukraine.
Tips on Choosing the Right Hotel Room [Peter Greenberg]