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The Size of Hotel Rooms - The Cover Story
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Tue, Mar. 7th, 2006 06:26 pm
The Size of Hotel Rooms

One thing I didn't mention in my Intercon F post was the size of the suite I stayed in. It was rather large -- a spacious "living room" type area with furniture arranged to distinguish it from the "bedroom" area. It was quite larger than almost any hotel room I'd stayed in for work.

Until today.

At the advice of one of my coworkers, I decided to try out the Residence Inn in Princeton instead of my more traditional choice, the Courtyard Marriott. When I arrived, I was informed that because of 1) the lack of available rooms in my requested range and 2) my Platinum status, I was being upgraded to a two-bedroom suite. This thing is literally larger than my current apartment, or the one I lived in in Branford. Its tremendous. Living room, kitchen, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, its nuts. You could easily sleep four people in this place before the floor even entered the equation. It has plate, pots, and pans in the cupboards, a dishwasher, a full-sized refridgerator, an oven, a microwave, three televisions, two full bath & shower combos, three sinks, its insane. If I can downgrade to a 1 bedroom suite, I might go for the long-term contract here.

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