1.) Reap the Rewards
2.) A TV Charge You’ll Actually Welcome
Most of us carry multiple devices into our hotel room including smart phones, tablets, and laptops, and discover very quickly that we forgot to bring enough chargers to keep all of our essential little companions fully charged. Don’t panic—there will be no socket sharing for you! Instead of alternating chargers throughout your stay, take a quick peek behind, or to the side of the rooms TV, where you’ll discover a handy little USB port that will accommodate one of your devices. Who ever said television wasn’t good for you?
3.) Do Not Disturb
Noise is a common nuisance when staying in a hotel. Those pesky elevators that run up and down ALL night! The cleaning crew squeaking their supply trolleys past your door. Kids, and occasional adults, running and screaming in the corridors, not to mention those blaring TV’s and parties next door! If you’re looking for a little peace and quiet, try earplugs. Simple yet effective. Additionally, request a room on the top floor (no footsteps above), and at the end of a corridor (halves the chances of noisy neighbors, and away from elevator shafts)! Some of the world’s quietest hotels offer soundproofing in rooms, so when you’re searching for where to stay near Tokyo train station, or any other potentially noisy spots, keep an eye, and an ear, out for this feature!
4.) Wake Up
We’re sure even the deepest of sleepers will wake when this alarm goes off.
We hope you’ll put these tips to good use in your hotel room the next time you head off on business or vacation.
Do you have any travel tips that make your time away from home, more enjoyable? Let us know in the comments section below—we’d love to try them out!