An accessible bedroom at the Element Las Vegas. It looks quite the same as the others but we felt too guilty staying in it when we didn’t need it. Also, there wasn’t enough counter space in the bathroom.
Fresh off of teaching how to book a hotel room like a boss, our former front desk manager has returned to answer a common hotel problem–getting placed in an accessible hotel room when you didn’t request an accessible hotel room. Here’s his take:
This is something we faced quite a few times at the hotel in Washington, DC where I worked. As a historic property, each of our rooms was a different size (some were very small) andHotelChatter –