I'm disabled, and use canes and a rolling cart to get things to the room. I know this isn't a fancy place with a doorman to open the door, but they could spring for a few bucks on some kind of door opening system so the lone disabled individual doesn't have to struggle alone to get in the front door. Again, in the bathroom and bedroom areas were not considerately designed. There's no ledge or platform to put more than the barest minimum of items by the bathroom sink (*small* toothbrush & toothpaste), no room for hand cream or several other items.
In the bedroom the only way I could plug in my iPad near the bed was to unplug the clock (I'm sure there are others with this problem -- it would save your staff the bother of resetting the clocks all the time). Much more infuriating is that the only controls for the bedside light can be reached only by someone with 8-ft long arms made of rubber. Maybe not a big deal for someone who turns the light out, goes to sleep and doesn't wake up until there's morning light. Not me - went to bed at about 10:30, woke up at 12:15, went to bed again at 12:45, and now I'm awake again at 2:20 am. I guess if I know I have to stay at a place so badly set up, I should bring a clip-on lamp and attach it somehow to the bedside stand.
It's infuriating -- the heater is noisy, and I'm having a terrible time sleeping, even though the bed seems good and there are lots of pillows.
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