They offer a courtesy Bentley car service within 5 km in the downtown area. The car was available and I thought of asking to drive to a McDonald’s drive in, but I didn’t .
The bathroom was huge and initially I panicked that I didn’t see a WC, but it was enclosed. There was a stall shower with overhead ceiling tile shower head (4 tiles grouped together), I didn’t like it at all as I felt it was raining on me.
They even had a flashlight in the room (first time I have seen one in a hotel). It was Made in U.S.A. (I would have bet it was from China), is this a sign of the revival of the American manufacturing industry?
And the flashlight didn’t work; the batteries might have been discharged. I suppose no one bothered to check them.
“Please place this card on your pillow if you do not wish to have your sheets laundered today.” No, No! It should have been the other way around: “Please place this card on your pillow if you wish to have your sheets laundered today.” It needs to be very easy to save resources (i.e. clients should not do anything) and more difficult not to (i.e. clients have to make an extra effort; they need to take the card out and place it on the pillow).
The place is Rosewood Hotel Georgia, Vancouver.