- Uses white bed linens. White bed linens do not necessarily equate to cleanliness, but it's much easier to see things that don't belong there. Don't put comforters and throw pillows on the bed. I know you rarely wash those.
- Vacuum the entire floor before I check in. It's okay to spot vacuum the room during my stay, but I except a spotless room when I arrive.
- If the toilet has rust stains on it, it's time to either clean those stains or get a new toilet. Toilets are the cleanest thing in the hotel room, but I want it to look clean too.
- Ditch that old CRT TV for a LCD TV. It's not that I think I'm too good for a CRT TV. I just want to the room has been updated at least once since the year 2000.
- Give me a way to connect my phone to the clock/radio. Get a clock/radio with at least an auxiliary jack.
- Provide a lamp with USB charging ports. I want to be able to charge my phone near my bed. It may be a lot of trouble for you to put an electric outlet by the bed if it doesn't already exist. These lamps are an easy way to get around that, and will not break you bank.
I'm a bit of a hotel snob. I've grown keen to a couple of brands; Kimpton Hotels and Hyatt. Unfortunately, those brands don't exist in every location I visit. I resort to booking on Hotwire and Priceline. There are a few things these hotels and motels can do that make my stay much better.
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