The holidays are the best and the most awaited moment of the year. You dream the nights you spend in that dream hotel, but not always everything goes as you expect and your week of relaxation can become a nightmare, that’s why we give you the best advice that you should take into account when you go to the hotel.
Everything you need to know to stay in a hotel
1 – Table for children
Eating on the street is too expensive, especially on a daily basis. For your child to eat in the room, you can use the ironing board as a dining table.
2 – Where do I put the toothbrush?
You may have the bad luck of the bathroom to your room not being as clean as expected and gives the terror to place your toothbrush on any surface. You just need a clamp to be able to raise it and not get it dirty. Now you’ll be able to brush your teeth with peace of mind.
3 – Excessive noise
If your neighbors’ rooms are restless throughout the night, you can put a towel under the door to keep out the hall light and the outside noises.
4 – Close the curtains, really
Open the closet, grab a hanger and hook the curtains at the center so that not a ray of light comes int your room. Now, you can sleep until noon without having to worry about sleep.
5 – Purified Air
If the heat is unbearable, and you have the air conditioning running nonstop throughout the day, the atmosphere can dry up. You just have to put a wet towel in front of the device to create an effective humidifier.
6 – Let’s take a bath!
In many hotel rooms, there is no stopper in the tub to prevent the complete expulsion of water, but you can create your own end cap with a few coins and a bit of plastic. Now only thing left is to enjoy your bath.
7 – Iron is going to end
Getting your clothing to reach its destination without wrinkling is totally impossible, but to iron it on vacation is not as appealing. Take advantage of your moments of showering to hang wrinkled clothes inside the bathroom for the wrinkles to fall with the steam of the shower.
8 – Where to charge your mobile?
It may be that the lack of power sockets will lead to quarrel in the room to charge the mobile, but don’t forget that the tv has a USB port perfect for charging any smartphone.
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