Our Fabulous Fridays topic this week is about hotels with proper, functional suites that allows guests to have a comfortable stay and even use the work desk if necessary.
Nowadays, and for quite some time, hotels often design their rooms and suites in a way that it can’t really be used in any practical and comfortable way. It starts with the layout of the room and ends with the type of tables, chairs and desks (if any) the architect picked for the property.
I was very happy with the King Suite style of the Hyatt Centric Ginza where I stayed the first time this month. I visited the hotel a couple months ago to have a look at the rooms and quickly realized the only way for me to stay there is a suite, as the standard rooms were too tiny and had a wash table in the middle of the room.
The suite however was well appointed with a large work desk, rectangular shaped, sunbed at the window and generous bathroom. The chairs were comfortable and suitable for tall people which seems to be a constant issue as some properties appear to have been fitted for smurfs.
Here are two more pictures of the bedroom and the washroom. Color combination is quite nice as well in my opinion:
Having a spacious, properly shaped room and furniture should be the norm for hotels but unfortunately you encounter quite the opposite more and more often.
This isn’t a hotel review but I was simply impressed with the way this suite had been designed making it extremely comfortable to stay in.
I wouldn’t have used a Globalist Upgrade Certificate at this hotel for just a one night stay, but since I knew what the regular rooms are like, and due to the fact that this hotel is always booked solid, I wanted to play it safe this time.