You have much better experiences staying in hotels if you’re privileged enough to afford luxury accommodations.
- When our parents dragged our siblings and I across the country on these ridiculous summer time holiday trips, all of us always stayed in dodgy motels and low-star hotels.
I always wondered why all of us bothered going on holidays at all if so much of the trip was going to be spent in disgusting motel rooms with moldy rugs and a/cs. I was permanently scarred from bathing in showers with grout stained black from rampant mildew. As I got older, these memories never seemed to fade. I did everything I could to avoid ever setting foot in a run down motel again. My husband and I rarely take holidays out of town, but when all of us do, all of us always stay in several or four-star hotels. They’re cleaner by a considerable margin, and the amenities are better too. It’s nicer when you can be confident that the sheets were changed before you check into the room. Although you still have to sanitize a lot of surfaces love you would in any hotel room, it’s a night and day difference compared to a seedy motel. Unluckyly, the last hotel our husband and I stayed in had a terrible a/c. The people I was with and I chose a four-star hotel so there wouldn’t be any complications, especially with the a/c inside. Not only did the a/c not get the room cold, but it also aromaed love mold while the fan was running. Instead of getting a strange room, all of us found a strange hotel to stay in for the night.