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18.10.2018.

Bathroom floors should be heated

You've planned about this vacation in Sardinia for months now. You have consulted every travel agent for the best itinerary to take, including the activities you cannot, for the life of you, miss: windsurfing and scuba-diving in Costa Esmeralda, strolling in the streets of San Pantaleo, dining at "Il Fuoco Sacro", and more. But you still haven't decided on the hotel where you will stay. You don't want a place where you will just check in, sleep, have a meal or two, and then check out. You want it to be an experience all by itself. So what must you look for in an upscale hotel in Sardinia, or in any city of the world for that matter, so that you get the most out of your hotel stay? Check out the staff Not in the perverted sense, of course. Check out how cordial they are. The staff is the lifeblood of the hotel so it is extremely important that they deliver the best service. Make a checklist. Do they look pleasant? Do they smile always? Do they open doors for you? Do they ask about how you are today? The least that they could do is make you feel welcome. How clean is clean?
Cleanliness is the most important of all. Your room must be spotless, with no sign that somebody has just occupied it. Functional design Taste varies. However, the design of your hotel room always has to be functional. If your room is not making you feel at home then it's missing the point. You need to feel comfortable. The chair, the pillow, and the bathrobe have to be things you would want to buy for yourself. The bedroom You spend 7 to 8 hours resting on your bed; it has to help you rest well. You have to feel refreshed and energized when you get up. The mattress must have enough softness to be comfortable and enough firmness to help you avoid muscle stiffness or pain when you wake up. The bathroom No damp, dark bathrooms. You want something cozy and practical that you find yourself staying longer in the room. Bathroom floors should be heated. Preferably, there's a television set inside so that even while you shave, you can still watch the news.
 The shower and the tub should be top-quality. Then, check out the concierge The hotel concierge is the guy who supposedly knows Sardinia by heart. Hence, if you need tickets, dinner reservations, and any recommendations, he should be able to help you. If he can't, cross out the hotel from your list. Other amenities Most hotels have house cars that can service you to and from airports, restaurants, theater, malls, or elsewhere. A spa is almost a necessity; so are a gym (fitness area) and a swimming pool. Check them out and see how much you like them, or how less. The main point is this: if you're going to pay a five-star rate for a hotel, expect to get five-star quality service, five-star staff, five-star linen, five-star everything. As a valued guest, you must not expect anything less. You've planned about this vacation in Sardinia for months now. You have consulted every travel agent for the best itinerary to take, including the activities you cannot, for the life of you, miss: windsurfing and scuba-diving in Costa Esmeralda, strolling in the streets of San Pantaleo, dining at "Il Fuoco Sacro", and more. But you still haven't decided on the hotel where you will stay. You don't want a place where you will just check in, sleep, have a meal or two, and then check out. You want it to be an experience all by itself. So what must you look for in an upscale hotel in Sardinia, or in any city of the world for that matter, so that you get the most out of your hotel stay?
Check out the staff Not in the perverted sense, of course. Check out how cordial they are. The staff is the lifeblood of the hotel so it is extremely important that they deliver the best service. Make a checklist. Do they look pleasant? Do they smile always? Do they open doors for you? Do they ask about how you are today? The least that they could do is make you feel welcome. How clean is clean? Cleanliness is the most important of all. Your room must be spotless, with no sign that somebody has just occupied it. Functional design Taste varies. However, the design of your hotel room always has to be functional. If your room is not making you feel at home then it's missing the point. You need to feel comfortable. The chair, the pillow, and the bathrobe have to be things you would want to buy for yourself. The bedroom You spend 7 to 8 hours resting on your bed; it has to help you rest well. You have to feel refreshed and energized when you get up. The mattress must have enough softness to be comfortable and enough firmness to help you avoid muscle stiffness or pain when you wake up. The bathroom No damp, dark bathrooms. You want something cozy and practical that you find yourself staying longer in the room. Bathroom floors should be heated. Preferably, there's a television set inside so that even while you shave, you can still watch the news. The shower and the tub should be top-quality. Then, check out the concierge The hotel concierge is the guy who supposedly knows Sardinia by heart. Hence, if you need tickets, dinner reservations, and any recommendations, he should be able to help you.
 If he can't, cross out the hotel from your list. Other amenities Most hotels have house cars that can service you to and from airports, restaurants, theater, malls, or elsewhere. A spa is almost a necessity; so are a gym (fitness area) and a swimming pool. Check them out and see how much you like them, or how less. The main point is this: if you're going to pay a five-star rate for a hotel, expect to get five-star quality service, five-star staff, five-star linen, five-star everything. As a valued guest, you must not expect anything less. You've planned about this vacation in Sardinia for months now. You have consulted every travel agent for the best itinerary to take, including the activities you cannot, for the life of you, miss: windsurfing and scuba-diving in Costa Esmeralda, strolling in the streets of San Pantaleo, dining at "Il Fuoco Sacro", and more. But you still haven't decided on the hotel where you will stay. You don't want a place where you will just check in, sleep, have a meal or two, and then check out. You want it to be an experience all by itself. So what must you look for in an upscale hotel in Sardinia, or in any city of the world for that matter, so that you get the most out of your hotel stay? Check out the staff Not in the perverted sense, of course. Check out how cordial they are. The staff is the lifeblood of the hotel so it is extremely important that they deliver the best service. Make a checklist. Do they look pleasant? Do they smile always? Do they open doors for you? Do they ask about how you are today? The least that they could do is make you feel welcome. How clean is clean? Cleanliness is the most important of all.
Your room must be spotless, with no sign that somebody has just occupied it. Functional design Taste varies. However, the design of your hotel room always has to be functional. If your room is not making you feel at home then it's missing the point. You need to feel comfortable. The chair, the pillow, and the bathrobe have to be things you would want to buy for yourself. The bedroom You spend 7 to 8 hours resting on your bed; it has to help you rest well. You have to feel refreshed and energized when you get up. The mattress must have enough softness to be comfortable and enough firmness to help you avoid muscle stiffness or pain when you wake up. The bathroom No damp, dark bathrooms. You want something cozy and practical that you find yourself staying longer in the room.
Bathroom floors should be heated. Preferably, there's a television set inside so that even while you shave, you can still watch the news. The shower and the tub should be top-quality. Then, check out the concierge The hotel concierge is the guy who supposedly knows Sardinia by heart. Hence, if you need tickets, dinner reservations, and any recommendations, he should be able to help you. If he can't, cross out the hotel from your list. Other amenities Most hotels have house cars that can service you to and from airports, restaurants, theater, malls, or elsewhere. A spa is almost a necessity; so are a gym (fitness area) and a swimming pool. Check them out and see how much you like them, or how less. The main point is this: if you're going to pay a five-star rate for a hotel, expect to get five-star quality service, five-star staff, five-star linen, five-star everything. As a valued guest, you must not expect anything less.

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